Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy on Sunday assured his American counterpart John Kerry that civilians arrested during recent protests across Egypt would not face military trials, a US official said.
Military and police troops stormed Bani Warkan, a village north of Minya, on Sunday, arresting 13 suspects in the latest security crackdown on provincial Egyptian areas perceived as Islamist strongholds.
On Sunday students flocked to Cairo University, Egypt’s largest centre of higher learning, for the first day of a new academic year.
Egyptian government officials, economists, and leading business figures are gathering in New York on Monday to discuss Egypt's economic future.
The Egyptian Coalition on Children’s Rights (ECCR) submitted a number of recommendations concerning children’s rights to the 50-member assembly amending the constitution.
Egypt’s Army spokesman, Colonel Ahmed Ali, said that the military will not nominate or support any candidate for the presidency, as popular calls increase for army Commander-in-Chief General Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to run for the position.
A mixed political system will safeguard Egypt from a new dictator, said Mohamed Abdel Aziz, Tamarod’s representative in the Constituent Assembly tasked with amending the suspended 2012 constitution.
The representatives of al-Azhar in the 50-member constituent assembly amending Egypt's suspended constitution have expressed concerns over amending one of the articles.
Twelve people were wounded, including one in critical condition, in Friday's confrontations between supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohamed Mursi, a medical source said.
Egypt's government will shorten its curfew by two hours, the cabinet said on Thursday.
An Egyptian police officer was shot dead on Thursday, state media reported, in clashes on the outskirts of Cairo as security forces tried to reassert control over an area where 11 policemen were killed in a militant attack last month.
Nasr City misdemeanour court decided on Thursday to postpone the review of a case filed against former vice president for international relations, Mohamed ElBaradei, to 19 October.
Egyptian explosives experts defused two primitive bombs planted on the Cairo metro line on Thursday, the state news agency reported, causing a partial closure of the network.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights has condemned the death of a Frenchman in Qasr al-Nil police station, contending criminal suspicion.
Following decades of authoritarian rule, in which power has been usurped by one strongman and his party, Egypt is considering a mixed political system, which would ensure a balance between state powers.
Egypt’s national minimum wage decision will be determined in January 2014, said The National Council for Wages (NCW) on Tuesday.
A source at the Supreme Judicial Council has said that the council is investigating complaints submitted to the prosecutor general charging Ahmed al-Zend, head of the Judges Club, with involvement in politics and certain political parties. Members of the club’s board of directors and others of the Legal Committee for the Defense of Judges were also charged with the same complaints.
Four men in the port city of Suez were sentenced to prison by a military court for violating the curfew, the latest in the continuing series of military trials against Egyptian civilians.
Egypt’s former vice-president Mohamed ElBaradei on Tuesday called on his party’s young members to remain faithful to the goals of the January 25 revolution.
The 50-member committee responsible for amending Egypt’s constitution may reexamine constitutional statements that limit freedom of religion to followers of Islam, Judaism and Christianity, according to a leading member of the committee.
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