Interim Minister of Defence General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi met with Admiral Mohab Mamish, the president of the Suez Canal Authority, on Monday to discuss the rate of ship activity in the Suez Canal and procedures for securing the channel.
The head of Egypt's constitution panel has denied the 50-member committee has been pressured by the military to grant 'immunity' to army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi.
The proposed protest bill, awaiting the president’s ratification to pass, is more dangerous than the currently announced state of emergency, 17 non-governmental organisations said on Wednesday.
Egypt will never be an obstacle to comprehensive development in Nile Basin countries, Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy stressed during his tour to the region.
The government has no intention to extend the State of Emergency past November, according to a Tuesday press release by the prime minister’s media adviser, Sherif Shawky.
“Egypt is a great country that has yet to have a go… at building a modern, democratic and strong state… A revolution has to lead to a comprehensive change; the past has to be fully dismantled so that we can build Egypt as we want it to be.”
Casualties after an attack on two buses carrying soldiers in Rafah on Tuesday has now risen to two deaths and five injured.
Clashes erupted between Students Against the Coup and opposing students in Mansoura University on Tuesday afternoon.
The tomb of the fifth dynasty Head of Physicians of Upper and Lower Egypt, Shepseskaf-Ankh, was discovered in Abusir Necropolis - 25km from the Giza plateau, during excavation by a Czech archaeological mission.
The 50-member Constituent Assembly tasked with amending the 2012 constitution held its first closed session on Tuesday in the absence of media coverage.
Egypt has reopened the Salloum border crossing on Monday to individuals and Egyptian trucks after its closure on Saturday following the detention of 95 Egyptian drivers by armed men in Ajdabiya.
Mohamed Salmawy, spokesperson for the Committee of 50, announced the commencement of the second phase of the constitutional amendment procedure in which the committee would vote on the articles that the Drafting Committee had completed.
The foreign ministers of the European Union called for “more emphasis on Public Finance Management and the fight against corruption” to be included in negotiations for a new Action Plan for the EU’s cooperation with Egypt relating to governance.
Military intelligence director in Marsa Matrouh, Alaa Abu Zeid, has denied that any illegal deal to secure the release of Egyptian drivers in Libya took place with their kidnappers.
Egyptian Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Abdel Motaleb will meet with his counterparts from Ethiopia and Sudan in Khartoum during the first week of November to discuss the negative effects of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Two unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles opened fire on guests exiting the Virgin Church, located in Warrag, Giza. The gunmen fired automatic weapons as the guests exited the church after attending a wedding
Clashes broke out between security forces and hundreds of Al-Azhar students on Sunday after the students tried to march on Rabaa al-Adaweya Square.
The Egyptian railway will partially resume its services on Tuesday, restarting the lines connecting Cairo to the Nile Delta cities, North-East to Cairo, Transportation Minister Ibrahim al-Demeri said in a cabinet statement.
A car bomb exploded near the Military Intelligence building in Ismailia, at noon Saturday with no group claiming responsibility yet.
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned the case against former presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq as well as, amongst others, his daughters, until 11 December.
Egyptian police fired tear gas at participants of a pro-Morsi student demonstration as they rallied and tried to march to a protest camp at Cairo’s Rabaa Square, which security forces cleared in mid-August.
Gunmen on a motorcycle fired on Egyptian wedding guests outside a Coptic Christian church in a Cairo suburb on Sunday night, killing three people, security sources said.