Almost everything in Egypt is currently polarised
Egypt's stock market rose strongly on 2013's first day of trading, confirming analysts' expectations that the Central Bank's new system of currency auctions would give the market a boost.
An Egyptian newspaper editor is under investigation for allegedly insulting President Mohamed Morsi
April 6 Youth Movement activist Mohannad Samir's condition has improved significantly after being shot in Tahrir Square, according to his doctor Mahmoud Saad at Ahmed Maher Teaching Hospital.
Egyptian prosecutors say they have launched an investigation against a popular television comedian
An Egyptian satirist who made fun of President Mohamed Morsi on television will be investigated by prosecutors
The leader of Egypt's largest Islamist ultraconservative party has announced he is forming a new political party
Gunmen drove into Cairo's Tahrir Square before dawn and fired at an anti-government sit-in
Organisers of the 2013 New Year's Eve celebration in Tahrir Square ended the event prematurely after a group of about 30 men took over the makeshift stage and prevented artists from finishing scheduled performances
Dr. Essam al-Erian causes controversy by saying Jews who have immigrated to Israel must refuse to live under an oppressive and racist regime and return to their homeland Egypt, where their property will be returned.
Egypt Sunday dropped treason charges against top opposition leaders
The Egyptian pound plummeted to an eight year low against the US dollar on Sunday afternoon
An initiative aimed at tackling Egypt's key economic challenges and promoting dialogue
Former President Hosni Mubarak is fighting death in the Maadi
Egypt's deposed leader Hosni Mubarak, who is serving a life sentence for his role in killing protesters during a 2011 revolt, will stay in an army hospital for at least two weeks after his health deteriorated, his lawyer said on Friday.
Egypt’s chief prosecutor ordered an investigation on Thursday into allegations that opposition leaders committed treason
In recent weeks, several of Egypt’s most popular and prominent satirists, talk show hosts and journalists have received formal complaints
Mubarak, 84, was forced out of power in a 2011 uprising and sentenced to life in prison
An Egyptian official says the country's top prosecutor has ordered an investigation
Egypt's legal and parliamentary affairs minister announced his resignation yesterday
Angry youths hurled rocks at security forces and burned a police truck as thousands gathered in central Cairo
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt