A Cairo criminal court sentenced Mohamed Badie, the Muslim Brotherhood's supreme guide, and 13 other leading members of the group to death on Monday for inciting murder in the now infamous case known in the media as "Rabaa control room."
Iraq’s foreign ministry summoned on Tuesday the Egyptian ambassador to Iraq, Ahmed Darwish, in protest against the rececnt unfavorable remarks by al-Azhar against Shia militias, supporting the government in its fight against the Islamic State, Anadolu Agency reported.
Egypt's top prosecutor accused on Tuesday the Muslim Brotherhood of coordinating with Zamalek Sporting Club's ultra's group to commit acts of violence ahead of a football match which left at least 19 fans killed.
Political activist Mohamed el-Gendy who went missing on the second anniversary of the January 2011, died due to a "car accident" and not due to torture at the hands of the police, Egypt's top prosecutor announced on Tuesday.
Nine alleged ‘takfiri’ militants were killed Monday night in military air strikes in N. Sinai, Youm7 reported, citing anonymous security sources.
Two priests were wounded on Monday as they engaged in a fight with colleagues following arguments over whether to support or object to a road authorities plan to construct through a controversial wall extended from their monastery southwest of Cairo.
The defense team of former president Mohamed Morsi was denied access to the evidence against their client on charges of spying for Qatar on the grounds the access “could harm the national security,” by the presiding judge, Youm7 reported.
A senior leader in the ruling authority of the Gaza Strip, Hamas, Mahmoud Al-Zahar said they are seeking better relations with the Egyptian government, in a seminar held in Gaza on Sunday.
Security authorities have managed to release a pharmacist who had been taken hostage for twelve days, a senior source at the Sharqiya Security Department said.
“If the British government claimed that the Muslim Brotherhood is not a terrorist organization, the crackdown on MB members in Egypt could be eased,” MB lawyer Mohamed al-Damatti told The Cairo Post Monday morning.
The Egyptian Army said 45 people, whom it described as "terrorists" were killed in the second week of March in gunfire exchange, air raids and targeting of headquarters in North Sinai.
Egyptian security officials say a garbage collector and his donkey have been killed in a bomb explosion in a Cairo district.
An Egyptian disciplinary court has ordered 41 judges into compulsory retirement for supporting the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, judicial sources said.
A bomb injured a police officer near the court complex in Alexandria on Saturday night, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported.
A person was killed when a small bomb detonated at a tram station in the Matariya district of Cairo on Saturday night, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported.
Eleven militants were killed during a military aerial raid on North Sinai's Sheikh Zuweid region on Wednesday, security sources said.
Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on a police station in the Libyan capital on Thursday in a statement posted on Twitter along with photographs of the scene.
A number of explosions took place in different governorates overnight and during the early hours of Thursday.
Al-Azhar Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb demanded the U.S. stop “supporting” some factions that “work against their own homelands,” according to a strongly worded statement from Al-Azhar Wednesday.
Somalia's Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab militants on Thursday attacked a fortified area in the central town of Baidoa, home to a key regional government headquarters, United Nations compound and airport, security officials said.
A military officer was killed in North Sinia's Rafah city during an attack on a security checkpoint on Wednesday, medical and security sources said.