CAIRO: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Turkey’s ambassador to Cairo Hussein Awni Botasaly Tuesday regarding statements made by Turkish officials about Egypt, reported Youm7.
Egypt's administrative court ordered on Tuesday that the state of emergency be lifted at 4 pm this afternoon, and not on Thursday as was previously announced by the cabinet.
A survey conducted by the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research, also known as Baseera, has revealed that 62 percent of Egyptians approve of an anti-terrorism act while 57 percent agree to another draft law dealing with political demonstrations.
Egypt has been ranked the worst country in the Arab League states for women’s rights, according to a recent poll conducted by Thomson Reuters conduct a poll on women’s rights, with Comoros rated as the best.
Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will talk with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Shoigu, about ways to build on military cooperation with Egypt in the future, said a military source.
Tourism Ministry has announced the cabinet decision to cancel the state of emergency, taking effect in South Sinai and the Red Sea starting Tuesday.
The killing of 11-year-old Mohamed Badawi was a “crime against humanity,” according to the Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights (EOHR). The rights group strongly condemned the death of the minor, who was killed last Friday when clashes erupted between pro-Mohamed Morsi demonstrators and residents of the Omraneya area of Giza.
Unknown gunmen launched a concerted attack on a radio station in a-Masa’eed, Arish early on Monday.
During his visit to Kafr al-Sheikh on Monday, Irrigation and Water Resources Minister Mohamed Abdel Muttelib signed the "Complete Your Favour" campaign form which is demanding Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi run for president in the next election.
A Russian warship has docked in Egypt's port of Alexandria in a move that officials said was aimed at bolstering Cairo's relations with Moscow ahead of one of the highest level visits by Russian officials to the country in decades.
Female detainees recently arrested at Alexandria protests have denied being abused or forced to take pregnancy tests, according to Association of Freedom of Thought and Expression (AFTE) spokesperson Nada Kabbary.
Former presidential hopeful Khaled Ali announced on Sunday his resignation from Egypt's Socialist Popular Alliance Party (SPAP), in another blow to the group amid recurrent walkouts.
CAIRO: At least three percent of the public budget should be allocated to the health sector, said Magdy Yacoub, a professor of cardiothoracic surgery and a member of the 50-member committee tasked with amending the 2012 constitution.
SHARQIA, Egypt: The cases of people suffering from poisoning in Zahraa Village, Sharqia reached 82 after four other people were diagnosed with the same symptoms, and were transferred to al-Hemayat Hospital in Zagazig, the governorate’s capital.
The Minister of Industry and Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour told Al-Masry Al-Youm in an interview that the cabinet has made many achievements, but failed to market them locally and internationally in media, adding that the Euromoney Conference would be a good chance to announce what has been accomplished over the past months.
CAIRO: Tamarod is meeting with its members and members of the political bureau, including Mahmoud Badr, Mohamed Abdel Aziz, and Hassan Shaheen. They will meet on Thursday to discuss how to commemorate the anniversary of Mohamed Mahmoud clashes.
The Foreign Ministry said that Cairo would see intensive visits in the coming period from a number of Congressmen as a show of the US government's keenness on good relations with Egypt.
Egypt’s current rapprochement with Russia is not an alternative to the Egyptian-American relationship, presidential spokesman Ihab Badawi said Wednesday according to state-owned Al-Ahram.
Former president Hosni Mubarak will remain under house arrest after the emergency law is lifted in mid-November, interim Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi has said.
CAIRO: Minister of Higher Education Hossam Eissa agreed with Mohamed Badran, head of Egypt’s Student’s Union, to postpone the student’s union elections in Egypt’s universities until the second semester in order to amend the regulations governing it.
Journalists against torture,' a new body aimed at denouncing the torture and mistreatment of Egyptian journalists at the hands of the authorities, was launched Tuesday.
A small group of activists stage a one hour protest outside the Shura Council on Saturday 9 November to call for a no to military trials for civilians