Egypt's journalists’ syndicate filed a report on Sunday accusing the interior ministry of being behind the disappearance of journalist Mahmoud Mostafa Saad, a syndicate statement read.
Egypt's Suez Canal revenues fell 4.4 percent in September for the seventh consecutive month, reaching US$448.8 million, compared to $469.7million in the same month last year, according to the Suez Canal Authority.
Egyptian expatriates from 139 different countries are voting today in runoffs for the first phase of elections for the 596-seat House of Representatives.
The United States embassy in Egypt celebrated Sunday the resumption of the US-Egypt joint production of military tanks M1A1 in the Egyptian Tank Plant 200, a military factory located in Helwan's industrial zone, south of Cairo.
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir Sunday, where bilateral relations and the Syrian crisis were discussed, along with proposed plans to hold more frequent meetings to enhance coordination.
Five people were killed in accidents related to the bad weather that struck the coastal governorate of Alexandria on Sunday, the health ministry said.
An electoral alliance has announced it is withdrawing its candidates from the second phase of the House of Representatives' elections slated for November 23, citing several breaches and media biases.
Chief of Staff Mahmoud Hegazy and a high-level delegation left to Madrid Sunday to hold “many fruitful discussions” on military cooperation between Egypt and Spain, according to a statement by military spokesperson Mohamed Samir.
The chairman of Mada Foundation NGO Hesham Gaafar is being investigated for receiving "international" funds "to harm Egypt's national security" and for belonging to a banned organisation, a lawyer involved in his case told Aswat Masriya on Sunday.
A press conference was organised Sunday between the Egyptian and the Saudi Foreign Ministers at the Egyptian Foreign Ministry in Cairo, following a private meeting between them.
A political alliance loyal to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has scooped all 60 list seats up for grabs in the first round of a parliamentary election in which opposition parties were all but absent, official results showed on Wednesday.
Turnout in the first round of Egypt's parliamentary election was 26.56 percent, the election commission said on Wednesday, confirming estimates of low participation among Egyptians disillusioned with the turbulent political transition.
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) kept the pound steady at 7.93 per dollar in a foreign exchange (FX) auction on Thursday, unchanged from Tuesday’s sale.
A statement issued by the Giza security directorate to Aswat Masriya confirmed that Egypt's Homeland Security police had arrested Wednesday the foundation's chairman Hesham Gaafar, without mentioning the reason for his arrest.
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi appointed Tarek Amer as governor of Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), succeeding Hisham Ramez who resigned Wednesday, after nearly two years and eight months in the job. Amer is supposed to hold this position for four years, effective from 27 November 2015 to 27 November 2019.
Egypt's central bank governor Hisham Ramez will not renew his term when it expires in November and will be replaced by senior banker Tarek Amer, the presidency said in a statement on Wednesday.
Egypt’s first solar-powered underground water pumping station will be inaugurated Thursday, Al Ahram reported.
Egypt’s overall budget deficit widened to 2.4 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) reaching LE 68.3 billion for July-August 2015, compared to 2.3 percent (LE 56 billion) during the same period last year, according to a report by the Finance Ministry.
The total number of Egyptian expatriates who voted in the first phase of legislative elections was 30,531 in 139 embassies and consulates across the world, said Ayman Abbas, head of the Supreme Elections Committee (SEC) Tuesday.
The first round of parliamentary elections witnessed 44 cases of violation against journalists, according to Journalists Against Torture Observatory’s report released on Tuesday.
If you're wondering whether you just ran into a Morgan Freeman lookalike in Khan El-Khalili, wonder no more. The Hollywood superstar is actually in town to film a new documentary series called "The Story of God" and you're very likely to run into him in one of Cairo's many tourist attractions.
An Arabic language teacher from the Qabaa school in the Nozha district flogged a Coptic pupil ten years old named Bibawi Faragallah 40 times with an electric wire last week.