At least 51 people died in clashes across Egypt as the country's two largest political factions gathered in rival commemorations of Egypt's participation in the 1973 war with Israel, a day of deep significance for many Egyptians.
Telephone and internet networks were briefly shut down to Egypt's southern province of Aswan for several hours, as authorities moved to try to end a bloody tribal feud that killed 26 people over the past days, security officials and residents said Tuesday.
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned the retrial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak on Tuesday, along with his two sons Gamal and Alaa, former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adly and six security aides, until April 8, Youm7 reported.
Ahmed Doma’s wife and his brother will organize a sit-in at Ithadeya presidential palace Monday after Tora Prison’s Misdemeanor Court of Appeals approved the three-year prison sentence issued for political activists Ahmed Doma, Ahmed Maher and Mohamed Adel, reported Youm7.
Activists from April 6 and a number of political groups have started an open ended sit-in in front of the presidential palace in reaction to Monday's court verdict which upheld the three-year jail sentence and LE50,000 fine of prominent activists Ahmed Maher, Mohamed Adel, and Ahmed Douma.
Kuwait is in talks to renew some of its contracts to supply oil to Egypt and has been looking for potential investments in the energy sector there, the Gulf state's oil minister said on Monday.
Presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabahi has demanded the release from prison of activists who played key roles in the January 2011 uprising.
Saudi Arabia released on Sunday 35 Egyptian fishermen who were arrested 37 days ago for violating its territorial waters.
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced a police officer to death for the 2012 killing of two men in the southern province of Qena, state news agency MENA reported.
Egyptian trucks detained by militiamen in Libya were freed late on Saturday after the Egyptian government contacted the Libyan authorities over the matter, officials said
A law banning third-party challenges to contracts signed by the Egyptian government will be sent to the cabinet by next week, trade and investment minister Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour said on Sunday.
Clashes between an Arab clan and a Nubian family resumed Sunday in Egypt's south, killing two people and wounding four, health officials said, leaving the tourist city of Aswan on the edge despite a high-profile government effort to end the bloodshed.
Former President Hosni Mubarak argued in a telephone recording with Al-Masry Al-Youm journalist Mohsen Semaika that former Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is the most viable option for president.
During his speech before the Royal Institute for International Relations, Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said that Egypt offered to finance the construction of the Ethiopian Renaissance dam and suggested that the dam would be run by a joint committee from the two countries.
Cairo University's board of deans decided on Thursday to allow police to be immediately stationed inside the university's campus, a day after three bombs killed a senior police officer near the university's gates and injured five others.
Gunmen shot and killed a policeman Thursday in the restive Sinai Peninsula, the latest in a series of hiking attacks on police and army personnel, a security source told Al Ahram Arabic news website.
Egypt’s finance ministry has approved the repayment of LE20 billion ($2.8 billion), the remainder of the treasury's debt to two Egyptian insurance funds – one for public employees and the other for those working in the private sector, the ministry announced on Thursday.
Following two days of increased power cuts, Egypt's government on Wednesday announced plans to increase the country's supply of electricity by importing natural gas and diesel in the short term and beginning construction on three new power plants.
Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab has called an emergency meeting to discuss the bombings at Cairo University.
Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) Governor Hesham Ramez said that Egypt has not been late in paying for dues of the foreign investors, despite the ongoing circumstances.
The U.S. embassy denied claims that Washington held onto Apache helicopters sent by Egypt for maintenance in an official statement released on April 1.
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