Extra police and army personnel in Cairo on Saturday helped limit sexual harassment incidents, a local anti-sexual harassment initiative said.
Frequent power cuts and the sinking of entire regions in darkness, pushed Osama Ayoub, an electricity school teacher in Gerga, Sohag, to invent an electric system to reduce electrical loads while maintaining a current rate enough for lighting and running some small electrical appliances.
Critically ill detained activist Ahmed Doma has been transferred to the Qasr el-Aini public hospital after his health severely deteriorated in prison and following widespread calls on security forces to take measures to save his life.
Egypt's secular political forces have so far failed to unite under a single electoral umbrella capable of winning a majority in the country coming parliament.
In a special message to the world Muslims, US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama extended greetings to Muslims on `Eid Al-Adha, congratulating them on the annual pilgrimage as the largest most diverse gathering.
A bomb blast hit a government office Thursday afternoon in Egypt's Nile Delta, leaving two injured, Aswat Masriya reported.
The diplomatic war of words between Egypt and Turkey continues as the Egyptian foreign ministry issued a statement early Thursday describing the Turkish prime minister's statements about Egypt as "desperate".
The presidential council and the legal committee of the Salafi Al-Nour Party met on Wednesday to discuss what it called excesses in a high school history textbook.
The Egyptian authorities on Wednesday confiscated all the copies of one of the country’s largest private newspapers in order to censor an article, just days after President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi vowed in an American television interview that there was “no limitation on freedom of expression in Egypt.”
The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement regarding the Egyptian Foreign Ministry's condemnation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) held last week.
Political opposition parties are forming a new alliance led by Aboul Fotouh before the fourth anniversary of the 25 January revolution to offer a political alternative to the current regime.
Ali El Sayed, Editor in Chief of Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper, told Daily News Egypt that a whole page of the newspaper’s Wednesday issue was censored by “governmental officials”.
Activist Ahmed Doma temporarily halted his hunger strike Saturday until an adequate treatment for his “unbearable stomach ulcers pain” is provided, said activist Nourhan Hefzy, Doma’s wife, on Facebook Monday.
Egypt's finance minister said on Wednesday the total budget deficit for the fiscal year that ended in June was 252 billion Egyptian pounds ($35.2 billion), accounting for 12.5 to 12.6 percent of GDP, state news agency MENA reported.
Two political parties, the Egyptian Current and Strong Egypt, have merged, the new group said in a press conference on Wednesday.
In his first 100 days in office, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has made a fast start on economic reform: slashing costly fuel subsidies, raising taxes and devising infrastructure projects to secure long-term revenues and ease unemployment.
Kasr Al-Nil Misdemeanor Court has sentenced nine members of the April 6 Youth Movement to two years in prison for organizing a demonstration without permission on Talaat Harb street to demand the release of movement's founder Ahmed Maher.
The Cairo Criminal Court sentenced on Tuesday 63 defendants to 15 years in prison and a 20 thousand Egyptian-pound fine for violence which took place at Cairo's Azbakeya neighbourhood last October.
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued on Tuesday a decree necessitating the defence minister's prior consent to any arms import deals.
The Minya Criminal Court decided on Monday to postpone to January the trial of 161 people accused of inciting violence in August 2013.
Egypt's foreign ministry has condemned another round of attacks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the country's democratic transition following last year's political upheaval, calling the accusations a "series of lies and exaggerations."
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