Egypt's 50-member committee unanimously approved three articles in the Rights and Freedom Chapter of the constitution, said the committee's official Twitter account on Sunday.
Privately owned-satellite network CBC has responded to criticism aimed at Bassem Youssef, after he returned to present his El-Bernameg show after months away from the small screen.
A misdemeanor court sentenced 16 supporters of deposed President Mohamed Mursi to three years in prison on Saturday for violence that erupted three weeks ago on the anniversary of the October Six War.
Politicians have considered the visit by an Egyptian popular delegation to Russia as an important step in strengthening Egyptian-Russian economic and military relations as well as a pivot away from the United States’ sphere of influence.
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood students at Cairo’s Al-Azhar university protested on Sunday demanding the dismissal of the university President and Al-Azhar's Grand Imam.
Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy stressed Sunday that the UAE has agreed to “fully support” the Egyptian economy.
Sunday's Warraq church shooting in north Cairo has claimed its fifth victim, after 17-year-old Mohamed Ibrahim died from his injuries in hospital on Thursday, a security source revealed.
Guests were waiting outside the church for the arrival of the bride when two gunmen riding a motorcycle drove by and opened fire on them. Four people died in the attack, including two young girls aged eight and twelve. Eighteen others were injured.
The Egyptian government reduced on Thursday the nationwide curfew by one hour except for on Fridays, where it will continue to begin at 7pm, Al-Ahram's Arabic website reported.
Spokesperson for Tamarod Hassan Shaheen said the movement intends to field 120 candidates in the coming parliamentary elections.
Nour Party representative in the Constituent Assembly, Salah Abdel Maaboud, said Thursday that the party will not accept the inclusion of the words “civil” or “democratic” in any of the constitutional articles, as reported by Al-Rai newspaper of Kuwait.
Anxious over months of turmoil in Egypt, military officers are pushing popular army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to run for president, after a 2011 popular uprising had inspired hopes for democratic change in a country long dominated by generals.
Interim President Adly Mansour issued a decree on Thursday appointing Alaa Abdel Hady, member of the Writers Union, as a reserve member on the 50-member Constituent Assembly, tasked with amending Egypt's Constitution.
Interim Minister of Defence General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi met with Admiral Mohab Mamish, the president of the Suez Canal Authority, on Monday to discuss the rate of ship activity in the Suez Canal and procedures for securing the channel.
The head of Egypt's constitution panel has denied the 50-member committee has been pressured by the military to grant 'immunity' to army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi.
The proposed protest bill, awaiting the president’s ratification to pass, is more dangerous than the currently announced state of emergency, 17 non-governmental organisations said on Wednesday.
Egypt will never be an obstacle to comprehensive development in Nile Basin countries, Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy stressed during his tour to the region.
The government has no intention to extend the State of Emergency past November, according to a Tuesday press release by the prime minister’s media adviser, Sherif Shawky.
“Egypt is a great country that has yet to have a go… at building a modern, democratic and strong state… A revolution has to lead to a comprehensive change; the past has to be fully dismantled so that we can build Egypt as we want it to be.”
Casualties after an attack on two buses carrying soldiers in Rafah on Tuesday has now risen to two deaths and five injured.
Gunmen on a motorcycle fired on Egyptian wedding guests outside a Coptic Christian church in a Cairo suburb on Sunday night, killing three people, security sources said.