The death toll in the Alexandria building collapse has risen to 28, the Egyptian health ministry has announced
The Egyptian central bank offered $75 million to banks on Thursday at its 11th foreign currency auction
Aside from the political and social discourse and change initiated through the country’s revolution, the event shed global light on the impact of social media
An eight-story apartment building collapsed Wednesday in the Egyptian city of Alexandria, killing at least 25 people
An Egyptian prosecutor says ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his family paid back 18 million Egyptian pounds
Egypt’s newly designated central bank governor says signs of an easing of pressure on the local currency are emerging
U.S. Senator John McCain said in an interview that the economic situation in Egypt is “very serious” and he hopes the government can conclude a loan agreement
A secretary at the Constitution Party has died of a heart attack during a heated debate over the selection of the party's representatives in northern Giza
CAIRO — A White House spokesman on Tuesday condemned anti-Semitic comments made by President Mohamed Morsi before he took office, calling on him to “make clear this kind of rhetoric is not acceptable or productive in a democratic Egypt.”
Egypt's opposition figures have condemned the government's response following a tragic train accident that killed at least 19 people and injured 120 others overnight.
A Jeddah Court has sentenced Egyptian lawyer Ahmed al-Gizawy to five years in prison and 300 lashes on Tuesday for smuggling drugs into the kingdom.
Dozens protested at Ramses Train Station Tuesday afternoon after a train accident in the Badrashin district of Giza claimed the lives of 19 central security recruits and injured 117 others.
Egypt's High Constitutional Court (HCC) referred a pending lawsuit against the constitutionality of the Shura Council (the upper house of parliament, currently endowed with full legislative powers) to the State Commissioners' Board – the HCC's advisory board – on Tuesday.
The Egyptian pound dropped 0.3 per cent against the US dollar at the latest currency auction by the central bank on Tuesday.
Nineteen Central Security Forces conscripts were killed and 120 injured when a train carriage derailed minutes before midnight on Monday in the town of Badrashin in Giza, the transport ministry said on Tuesday morning.
Beni Suef Criminal Court has acquitted 14 suspects accused of killing protesters on 28 January 2011, known as the "Friday of anger."
The High Constitutional Court (HCC) is expected to decide on Tuesday on the constitutionality of Egypt's upper house of parliament, the Shura Council.
US Senator John McCain has arrived in Cairo for a three-day visit to meet with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and other Egyptian officials.
A delegation of high-level UK officials are in Cairo this week to discuss the return of assets obtained illegally by figures associated with the former Mubarak regime.
An Egyptian court has granted Hosni Mubarak's appeal of his life sentence, ordering a retrial of the ousted president.
Security forces have arrested four suspects accused of attacking protesters demonstrating against President Mohamed Morsy in front of the Ettehadiya presidential palace on Saturday.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt