CAIRO: Ten soldiers were killed and 35 were injured in North Sinai on the route between Rafah and Arish, after a car bomb exploded near their bus.
It has been two years since Ahmed Harara was taken to hospital with a grave injury to his only working eye.
CAIRO: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday that Russia is ready to present a range of different projects to Egypt, including some in the field of nuclear energy.
CAIRO: Spokesperson of the 50-member committee Mohamed Salmawy announced on Tuesday the committee decided on Monday to cancel the 50 percent representation quote for workers and farmers in parliament.
CAIRO: Workers from Crystal Asfour organized a sit-in and after eight days of protests, their demands were met. The media secretary of the Egyptian Democratic Party in Qalyubia Mohamed Ali Nour said they initially agreed on 11 demands after a meeting between the representatives of the protesting workers and Crystal Asfour company owner.
CAIRO: Mahmoud Badr, founder of the Tamarod Movement, demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy’s government in a Tuesday phone-in to “The People Want” TV show on Tahrir satellite channel.
Minor scuffles have broken out near Cairo's Tahrir Square between pro- and anti-military protesters on the second anniversary of the Mohamed Mahmoud Street clashes.
Egypt’s universities have experienced the most violent week from 9 to 14 November as a result of political turmoil and clashes, according to a report released by the non-profit association of freedom of thought and expression (AFTE)
CAIRO: The Cairo Administrative Court considered Tuesday a claim filed by former PM Hamdy Fakharany to ban the 6 April Movement and to consider it a terrorist group.
Security sources told Al-Masry A l-Youm that two jihadis suspected of committing the military intelligence bombing in Ismailia were arrested.
CAIRO: Two years ago, protesters and Central Security Forces violently clashed through a dark November night, in a battle that would rage on for days on end and leave approximately 50 dead, amid repeated statements from the Interior Ministry that no live ammunition was used against civilians.
ARISH, Egypt: Security forces continued on Monday campaigns in different regions in Sinai in pursuit of suspects, as well as destroying smuggling tunnels and attacking criminal hotspots.
Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi has visited the martyrs' memorial in Cairo's iconic Tahrir Square.
Cairo governor Galal El-Saeed and a number of officials and politicians were present at the ceremony on Monday to lay a symbolic foundation stone the memorial.
Qsoft, the production company for satirist Bassem's Youssef's 'El-Bernameg' TV show, announced on Sunday that they have decided to terminate their contract with the program's host channel, CBC.
CAIRO: Online discussion through comment boxes and forums has been widespread, but some sites about Egypt’s constitutional amendment process have made viewer participation and commentary a central part of their mission.
A rapporteur for the 50-member panel drafting Egypt’s new constitution has said that the first draft will be put forward on Tuesday after resolving disputes over all contentious articles related to the Armed Forces and the judicial authorities.
CAIRO: The interim government’s decision to except banks, economic organizations, and public sector businesses from maximum wage restrictions has attracted criticism from a number of political movements.
Construction of a new memorial in the center of Tahrir Square dedicated to the martyrs of the 25 January and 30 June uprisings has stirred controversy among critics.
CAIRO: The 50-member committee tasked with amending the suspended 2012 constitution has included an article from the Italian constitution which would allow citizens to file lawsuits against ministers, said Tamarod movement founder and representative in the committee Mahmoud Badr.
CAIRO: There is no doubt that Russia has succeeded in taking advantage of the failure of American policies to forcibly change the map of the Middle East by using its religious extreme right-wingers.
CAIRO: Wahid Abdul Mageed, leader in the National Salvation Front, criticized Wednesday assigning a maximum wage of 42,000 EGP without searching for serious solutions to end unemployment.
Protesters who were in Tahrir Square to commemorate the second anniversary of the deadly Mohamed Mahmoud clashes fight with supporters of Army leader General Abdel Fatal al-Sisi.