Egypt's interior minister said on Monday that the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood wanted to have "another revolution" on Sunday, the fourth anniversary of the 25 January 2011 uprising.
Security forces arrested 516 individuals affiliated with the banned Muslim Brotherhood on the fourth anniversary of the January 2011 uprising, Egypt's Interior Minister announced on Monday.
A conscript was injured during an exchange of fire with militants in front of a police station in Sheikh Zuweid, North Sinai, on Monday, according to state-run news agency MENA.
Twitter accounts affiliated with Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis (ABM) released a video Monday of the abduction and execution of Captain Ayman el-Desouki, where he was possibly forced to slam the Egyptian police.
Egypt's police shot dead Sunday "an armed pro-Muslim Brotherhood protester" in the coastal governorate of Alexandria, on the fourth anniversary of the 25 January 2011 uprising.
Thousands of people joined a march by the German anti-Islamisation PEGIDA movement on Sunday, the group's first rally since threats surfaced against the group and its leader resigned over "Hitler" photos.
The Muslim Brotherhood issued a statement Sunday thanking Egyptian revolutionaries who participated in protests on the fourth anniversary of the 25 January revolution.
A Turkey-based pro-Muslim Brotherhood (MB) channel incited violence during its coverage of the fourth anniversary of Jan. 25 Revolution, calling those who attack police personnel “Popular Resistance members.”
At least two people were killed and six injured on Sunday in violent clashes in Matariya in eastern Cairo, reported Al-Ahram Arabic website.
Police have arrested members of a "terrorist cell" in Cairo that has links to Sinai-based militants Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis, the interior ministry announced on Thursday.
At a time when the Egyptian government officially acknowledged that obstacles re-emerged in the negotiations with Ethiopia over the Renaissance Dam — which is threatening the Egyptian share of the Nile's waters — Egypt is seeking to take advantage of the rapprochement between the Egyptian and Ethiopian Coptic churches. This was shown during the last visit of the Ethiopian patriarch to Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria at Christmas. Egypt is trying to benefit from these ties to improve bilateral ties, drawing on historical relations that have linked both churches since the 14th century until their separation in 1959.
Dozens of supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi set tires on fire and blocked roads on Thursday as they clashed with security forces in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported.
Security forces dispersed a small protest in downtown Cairo on Thursday afternoon.
According to eye witnesses, tens of protesters were in Talaat Harb square when security forces dispersed the demonstration.
Eye witnesses told Ahram Online that the protesters were not holding banners or flags when they let off fireworks. The protesters chanted 'The people want to topple the regime'.
A bomb attack has targeted the home of a judge presiding over one of the trials of deposed president Mohamed Morsi, eyewitnesses and security sources told Reuters' Aswat Masriya.
A fragment of what could be the earliest copy of the Gospel of Mark – the oldest of the four canonical gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, and central to the belief system of Christianity – is set to be published after being discovered in the face mask of an Egyptian mummy.
Muslim Brotherhood Asset Freezing Committee Chairman Ezzat Khamis said the committee had frozen the assets of 906 Brotherhood members and lifted the freezing on five of them, which brings the total number to 901 members.
Property owned by 901 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood has been confiscated since the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013, a judge has said.
The espionage trial of former President Mohamed Morsi and 35 co-defendants was adjourned to Saturday January 31, Youm7 reported Wednesday.
An Al-Azhar convoy of doctor and preachers left to North Sinai Wednesday with 10 tons of food and 800 blankets to be present in areas where extremist ideologies spread, the institution announced.
The terrorist group now calling itself the Islamic State in Egypt, formerly known as Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, posted photos on Monday showing confrontations between its elements and armed forces in North Sinai.
Revenge attacks on Muslim places of worship have begun in France following yesterday's massacre at the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.