Egypt's Tamarod movement has called on Egyptian authorities to close the Suez Canal, preventing military destroyers that could be used in an impending strike on Syria.
Egyptian armed forces spokesman Colonel Ahmed Ali stated on Tuesday that military forces did not fire directly at protesters during clashes in the Upper Egyptian city of Beni Suef.
The Prosecutor General’s office has renewed the detention of 770 pro-Morsi protesters apprehended during the dispersal of the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in and 118 others detained from the Al-Nahda Square sit-in.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said on Wednesday that he opposes cutting off US military aid to Egypt but vowed Washington would keep pressing for "reconciliation" in the country.
Youness Makhioun, president of the Salafist Nour Party, has reiterated his party's support for the army-backed roadmap for Egypt's future.
Arab and Islamic nations must adopt a united front in Egypt’s fight against terrorism, said Saudi Arabia’s minister of culture and media, Abdel Aziz Khoga, in a statement Monday.
The final forensics reports of last week's Abu Zaabal incident where 37 prisoners were killed have shown that the deaths were caused by suffocation from teargas.
Firemen were sent to Mohandseen earlier on Tuesday to try to put out a fire that started and destroyed a number of stores near the Zamalek Club.
Minister of Interior Mohammed Ibrahim met with civil society and human rights activists on Monday to discuss human rights issues and to urge civil society groups to support the ministry’s campaign against terrorism.
Egypt's National Coalition in Support of Legitimacy (NCSL), the Islamist alliance supporting deposed President Mohamed Morsi, led by the Muslim Brotherhood, has severely criticised recent amendments to Egypt's 2012 constitution during the first phase of the revision process.
Tamarod said it plans to reject several articles amended by a committee formed in the wake of the overthrow of former Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsy.
The first stage of Egypt's post-30 June political roadmap was completed on Monday. A ten-member technical committee entrusted with amending the 2012 Islamist-backed constitution passed its draft to interim President Adly Mansour.
The Front for Defence of Egyptian Protesters has released a comprehensive list of the names and details of protesters arrested since 14 August. The report, released on 21 August, shows that 1876 protesters were arrested and eleven declared as missing during the period from 14 August until 21 August.
Two former Egyptian militant groups have proposed a truce between the military and the ousted president's Muslim Brotherhood group, in a move that highlights the extent to which Islamists have been weakened by a massive security crackdown.
Two people died in a residential building collapse in the coastal city of Alexandria on Sunday, reported state-owned Al-Ahram.
The Egyptian authorities arrested on Sunday Daoud Khairat Soliman, the right arm of Mohamed al-Zawahiri, who is the brother of the al-Qaeda leader, security sources said as reported by the state-owned news agency.
150 people were arrested by border guards while trying to cross the border to Libya on Sunday, according to an army spokesman.
Ali Awad, presidential adviser for constitutional affairs and rapporteur for the constitution amendment committee, has handed a draft constitution to Interim President Adly Mansour, sources from the Shura Council said.
The sixth hearing of ousted President Hosni Mubarak's retrial in the case of killing protesters during the 2011 uprising that toppled him has begun.
Curfew hours, which originally were set to begin at 7pm, will instead start at 9pm “in response to popular demand,” according to a cabinet statement on Saturday.
The presidency will discuss the drafting of the constitution with a wide range of political parties, said presidential advisor Ahmed El-Moslimany on Sunday.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt