Protesters have begun setting the stage for mass anti-regime demonstrations in Cairo's Tahrir Square on 30 June.
One year in to Mohamed Morsi's presidency just handful of people have been sentenced for killing protesters, despite his promise of "Al-Kassas": justice for those who have died since the start of Egypt's revolution.
Egypt’s health Ministry reported on Thursday that 243 people were injured in Mansoura and ten were injured in Sharqiya in clashes between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Mursi which took place late on Wednesday.
Dozens of Egyptians attended a rally organised by the anti-government 'Rebel' campaign near Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's private residence in the Nile Delta city of Sharqiya on Wednesday evening to demand his ouster.
Two people were killed and dozens injured in street fighting on Wednesday north of Cairo between supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist president, hours before Mohamed Morsi was to address the nation.
Egyptian military today started deploying troops and tanks around the main establishments such as the central bank and the presidential palace in Cairo ahead of June 30 protests planned by the opposition to force the Islamist President Mohammed Mursi out.
An Egyptian state security prosecutor said on Wednesday he had ordered six Israelis and three Egyptians to be tried for spying.
An Egyptian teacher and his wife in Alexandria have convinced their two daughters to have babies outside of wedlock and sell them for money to women who are unable to reproduce, the National Council for Motherhood and Childhood said.
President Mohamed Mursi, in an address to the nation, said on Wednesday that the polarized state of Egypt's politics was threatening democracy and could plunge the nation into chaos.
More than 400 US soldiers are preparing for their deployment to Egypt in anticipation of violent protests, riots, and the possibility of having to protect the country’s border with Israel.
Clashes erupted between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi in Sharqiya on Monday leaving two injured, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported
Long lines of fuel-hungry motorists have once more paralysed traffic in Egypt as yet another wave of fuel shortages hits the country.
The Court of Cassation on Tuesday rejected the appeal filed by former prosecutor general Abdel Maguid Mahmoud to overturn the presidential decree that removed him from his position.
The Presidential Elections Commission announced Tuesday that a decision on former presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq's challenge to last year's election results would be issued Wednesday at 3pm.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will address the nation in an "important" televised speech on Wednesday evening.
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 index registered a miniscule 0.03-percent drop on Monday, while the broader-based EGX70 and EGX100 indices rose by 0.18 percent and 0.22 respectively, as buyers appeared to stage a tentative return to the market.
A Cairo court on Monday accepted an appeal lodged by the two sons of ousted president Hosni Mubarak – Alaa and Mubarak – against 15-days detention orders for the two men, both of whom face illicit gains charges.
Former presidential contender Ahmed Shafiq's appeal against the results of the 2012 presidential elections, which brought President Mohamed Morsi to office, have triggered legal debate in Egypt on the possible repercussions of his case, should he be successful.
A truck loaded with natural gas was attacked on Monday by unknown armed men in the city of Sheikh Zuwaid in northern Sinai.
Egypt's army issued a sharp warning to rival political factions on Sunday that it may step in to impose order, as clashes ahead of major opposition rallies next weekend saw at least two men shot dead.
The new governor of Egypt's Luxor province, controversially appointed last week despite belonging to a hardline Islamist group that killed 58 tourists there in 1997, announced his resignation on Sunday.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt