Eleven alleged terrorists were killed Tuesday, and 20 others were arrested after 3 civilians were found dead North Sinai, Youm7 reported.
Hamas accused Fatah, the Palestinian authority in Ramallah, of “inciting” against them in Egyptian media with “fabricated reports” Tuesday.
An individual injured earlier in an explosion outside the High Court Building in central Cairo died in hospital due to his wounds, state television reported, citing the Health Ministry spokesman.
Al-Azhar commented on Tuesday on the global campaign launched by the IS to encourage Muslim youth to join the militant group, saying the campaign was misguided, misleading and aims to undermine the security of Islamic nations, targeting youth who represent the backbone of any nation.
Hamas has said it is making contact with Egyptian authorities to address the consequences of an Egyptian court ruling that branded the Palestinian militant faction a terrorist group.
The Palestinian militant faction Hamas has warned that the recent Egyptian court ruling branding it a terrorist group endangers Egypt’s position as a mediator in Gaza-related political negotiations.
The appeal of 32 Al-Azhar University students was accepted Monday, commuting their four-year prison terms to one year in jail, which they have already served,Youm7 reported.
The Monastery of St. Macarius may be listed on a Coptic Heritage List days after photos circulated in mass media showing monks lying before a bulldozer to prevent a governmental road-building project.
Seven men in Egypt is populated by two families Sawiris and Mansour kept their spot as the world's richest men with a combined wealth of US$21.5 billion compared to $17 billion last year, Forbes magazine said Monday.
A one-year prison term handed to Islamist sheikh Abdullah Badr was upheld by an appeal court Monday for inciting violence that broke out around Ithadeya presidential palace in December 2012, Youm7 reported.
Islamic State released 19 Assyrian Christian captives in Syria on Sunday after processing them through a sharia court, a monitoring group which tracks the conflict said.
Gaza residents said Sunday they fear growing isolation and more hardships after an Egyptian court declared the territory's ruling Hamas a terrorist organization. Some blamed the Islamic militant Hamas while others said Egypt is being unreasonable.
Pope Francis on Sunday denounced the "intolerable brutality" being inflicted on Christians and other minorities in Iraq and Syria by Islamic State group militants.
Minister of Social Solidarity Ghada Waly issued a decision Sunday to dissolve 112 more non-governmental organisations (NGOs) affiliated with the now “terrorist” Muslim Brotherhood, state media reported.
A Cairo Court for Urgent Matters’ decision Saturday designating Hamas as a “terrorist organisation” has stunned and angered Hamas officials, according to statements from various Hamas spokespersons.
The number of Christians abducted by the Islamic State group in northeastern Syria has risen to 220, as militants have rounded up more hostages from a chain of villages along a strategic river in the past three days, activists said Thursday.
Five bombs detonated in Giza early on Thursday morning, killing one and injuring at least 9 people.
Egypt's new Terrorist Entities Law has raised fears among some over its effectiveness while others believe it is necessary in the face of local and regional terrorism.
A Cairo court scheduled the verdict date for the trial of former president Mohamed Mursi and 130 others for May 16, during a session on Wednesday.