Supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood marched through Cairo suburbs on Sunday towards Tahrir Square, where pro-army supporters gathered to celebrate the anniversary of an attack on Israeli forces in 1973.
In his first interview to the foreign press, Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour affirmed to the pan-Arab daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat on Sunday American and European Union support of the country's political roadmap, which will see the new constitution adopted in a month "at the latest," followed by parliamentary, then presidential elections.
Hundreds of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy set off on a march from Rayyan Mosque in Maadi on Sunday on their way to Tahrir.
Nasr City's first prosecution started questioning 21 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy on Sunday who were arrested while attempting to break into Rabaa al-Adaweya Square to stage a sit-in there.
Political parties strongly condemned the attack on Al-Dostour Party’s and former National Salvation Front’s (NSF) spokesman Khaled Dawoud by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
Yasser Borhamy, vice president of the Salafi Dawaa, told Al-Masry Al-Youm that the 50-member constitution committee is seeking to erase Egypt’s Islamic identity and replace it with a pharaonic one.
Egypt's Islamists have called for fresh demos on Friday, as tensions escalate ahead of rival rallies planned for Sunday to commemorate Egypt's 1973 war against Israel.
Ahmed Hassan Mohamed, the victim of torture who had formerly accused five supporters of toppled President Mohamed Morsy of beating him and cutting his finger at Rabaa al-Adaweya sit-in in June, recused his prior statement on Thursday, saying the defendants were in fact innocent.
The cabinet issued a decision in its Wednesday meeting to form a committee to manage the funds of the Muslim Brotherhood Organisation.
The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), National Coalition to Support Legitimacy and the Muslim Brotherhood organisation officially announced Thursday their participation in the 6 October protests.
Clashes erupted on Tuesday between Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated students and anti-MB protesters in Mansoura University. The two groups hurled stones against each other due to conflicts over an exhibition on 6 October war.
European Union Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton arrived in Cairo late on Tuesday, in a visit to promote reconciliation between Egypt's interim administration and the Muslim Brotherhood, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported.
An Egyptian court will hear an appeal on October 22 against its decision to ban deposed President Mohamed Morsy's Muslim Brotherhood and seize its funds, court sources said. The case against the Brotherhood had been brought by a lawyer from the leftist Tagammu Party, which cited the need to protect Egyptians from violence. The ruling against the group was then made on September 24.
Egypt’s national council for childhood and motherhood filed a complaint on Wednesday asking the general prosecution to investigate the case of a schoolgirl allegedly beaten by her teacher, Egypt’s state news agency Mena reported.
The Cabinet decided on Wednesday to form a committee to manage the funds of the Muslim Brotherhood that were frozen by court order.
Minya police on Wednesday arrested a leader from Jama'a al-Islamiya.
The suspect was reportedly carrying a shotgun and an Al-Qaeda flag.
He is charged with involvement in violence that followed the dispersal of the sit-ins staged in Rabaa al-Adaweya and Giza's al-Nahda Square in support of ousted President Mohamed Morsy.
Security forces, backed by army troops, are in the process of raiding a Minya village after a bishop was shot, eyewitnesses told state-run news agency MENA.
Egypt's Suez military court sentenced on Monday Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Mongey to ten years of imprisonment on charges of inciting violence and vandalising military property in August.
Presidential adviser Ahmed al-Muslemany has said the Muslim Brotherhood is welcome to join reconciliation providing its leadership recognizes the 30 June revolution and Egypt's subsequent government.
Cairo Misdemeanor Court has upheld a ruling against former Prime Minister Hesham Qandil sentencing him to one year in prison for failure to implement the Administrative Court verdict ordering the re-nationalisation of the Tanta Flax and Oil Company.
Unidentified gunmen shot at the car transporting the General Bishop of Upper Egypt’s Minya governorate on Monday, reported Ahram's Arabic website.
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