President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt has endorsed amendments to a law that would would grant him more powers.
An Egyptian court has upheld a death penalty for 20 people over their alleged roles in the Kerdasa massacre back in 2013.
President Sisi landed in Saudi Arabia for a visit aimed at bolstering strategic relations.
A video has been posted on social media purportedly showing Egyptian soldiers summarily executing unarmed detainees in the Sinai Peninsula.
At least four vehicles were also destroyed as the Egyptian Air Force carried out strikes on "terrorist strongholds" in Sinai.
An Egyptian police officer has been killed in an attack close to the St. Catherine Monastery in the country’s Sinai Peninsula.
Archaeologists have discovered mummies in a 3,500-year-old tomb near the city of Luxor in southern Egypt.
Egyptian security officials say three people were injured in clashes between militants and local tribes in the Sinai Peninsula.
Egyptian authorities arrest 13 suspected terrorists for planning to attack Christians and security forces.
When the verdict was read, supporters jumped up and cheered. The defendants sang as they left the courthouse.
A court has sentenced Habib al-Adly, Hosni Mubarak's last minister of interior, to seven years in prison for embezzlement of public funds.
The countrywide state of emergency was declared by President Sisi after deadly attacks on two Coptic churches.
Israel closes Taba border crossing with Egypt amid reports of an "imminent" militant attack in the Sinai Peninsula.
Egypt announces a three-month state of emergency following twin Daesh bombings in the country.
A bomb blast at a church in Egypt’s Alexandria has killed six people and wounded many others.
At least 26 people have been killed and 71 injured in a blast near a church in the Egyptian Nile Delta city of Tanta.
US President Donald Trump and his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, hold a meeting, despite protests.
Sunday's verdict by an Egyptian court annulled an earlier ruling that blocked the transfer of sovereignty of two islands to Saudi Arabia.
The army said its forces killed Salem Salmy al-Hamadeen, the founder and top leader of Daesh-linked Velayat Sinai Takfiri terrorist group.
The court called void the ruling issued by the High Administrative Court.
The bomb exploded near a police training center in Tanta on Saturday.
Egypt’s president is to visit the White House, as relations between Cairo and the US seem to warm up again.
The boat capsized off the Egyptian coast on September 21, 2016.
The incident occurred about 20 kilometers south of the Mediterranean town of al-Arish.
A top appeals court cleared Mubarak earlier this month on charges of killing protesters in the 2011 uprising that ended his 30 year rule.
Officials say the court ruling to reopen the investigation would not affect a prosecution decision to release Mubarak after his acquittal in another case.
Ten Egyptian security forces are killed by bombs during an anti-terror operation in central Sinai.
The release comes after an Egyptian appeals court acquitted Mubarak of involvement in the killing of hundreds of protesters during the 2011 revolution.
An Egyptian court sentences to death a man who killed a Christian in Alexandria in June.
The case was launched in 2013, when the Egyptian authorities dismantled a cell tied to the Israeli spy agency Mossad.
Police also seized a number of weapons and some ammunition.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi says Cairo wants a united Syria and a political settlement to the six-year-old crisis in the Arab country.
Egypt's top appeals court acquits ex-president Mubarak of involvement in the killing of protesters during the 2011 revolution.
General Votel, head of US Central Command, says the Trump administration is willing to resume military exercises with Cairo.
An Egyptian court has upheld death sentences for 10 over a soccer match massacre in 2012.
Blind Egyptian cleric Omar Abdel-Rahman who was sentenced to life-imprisonment for alleged bombing plots in New York dies in prison.
The Egyptian and Lebanese presidents agree they need to jointly fight terrorism.
In a series of photos, five men introduced as army "elements" are seen lying face down on the ground before a militant shoots them in the back of their heads with a rifle.
A leaked phone recording reveals Egypt asked Israel to support its controversial decision to transfer of two Egyptian islands to Saudi Arabia.
Authorities in Cairo close the offices of a medical center providing aid to torture victims in Egypt.
Egyptian soldiers kill 14 militants and apprehend ten others in a raid in central Sinai.
The Egyptian Interior Ministry says the assailant in a recent terrorist attack near the Louvre Museum in Paris is an Egyptian-born.
The Arab League says Trump's new regulations are "unjustified restrictions on the entry of citizens of several Arab nations to the US."
The Egyptian lawmakers have recently passed a new law that puts heavy restrictions on non-governmental organizations.
The regime in Tel Aviv warns Israelis in the militancy-hit Sinai Peninsula of a “constant high threat” there.
The leader of Hamas Islamic movement, Ismail Haniyeh, is in Egypt for talks.
A report says suspected militants in Egypt’s North Sinai Province killed five off-duty security forces on Sunday.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Egypt was working for a political solution to fighting in Libya.
The agreement which asserted Ethiopia’s right to build the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has caused grave concern in Egypt over the prospect of the country’s water and electricity supply.
Aboutrika supported Mohamed Morsi's bid to become Egypt's first democratically-elected president.
The Supreme Administrative Court ruled against an appeal by President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi’s government on Monday and said the islands of Tiran and Sanafir are Egyptian.
Gunmen attack a security checkpoint in Egypt, killing at least eight policemen and injuring three more.
A court in Cairo upholds a ruling against the handover of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, rejecting the government’s appeal.
The militants were linked to a militant leader from Ansar Beit al-Maqdis who formed groups to attack security forces.
The security forces lost their lives in an attack on a checkpoint in the city of el-Arish in the restive Sinai Peninsula on Sunday.
The protesters were arrested on Monday during a demonstration in central Cairo against the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi Arabia.
The protest came in reaction to the government's endorsement of a contentious maritime border agreement to hand over two strategic islands to Saudi Arabia.
The sentences were handed down as part of the Egyptian junta’s crackdown on supporters of former president Mohamed Morsi.
Judicial sources said Wael Shalaby was detained early on Sunday, and taken into police custody for interrogation.
Bomb blast claims the lives of at least two soldiers in Egypt’s restive Sinai Peninsula.
An Egyptian appeal court has upheld a deal to give two islands to Saudi Arabia.
Egypt’s state television reports that the controversial deal has been sent to the parliament for ratification.
Egyptian media described the visit by a senior Saudi official to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam as an act of revenge that could deepen tensions.
The [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council says it is irked by Cairo's repeated accusations against a member state.
Egypt's Ministry of Civil Aviation says traces of explosives were detected on victims of an EgyptAir plane that crashed in May.
Daesh-linked militants execute 16 civilians Egypt’s Sinai for cooperation with government forces.
Egypt says it has arrested four people suspected of involvement in the Sunday bombing attack on a Cairo Coptic church.
Egyptians come out in droves in the capital to protest against the government, after a bombing attack on the city’s Coptic Cathedral.
The explosion occurred at Cairo’s Coptic Cathedral on Sunday.
The blast occurred near a security post in the Talibiya district in the west of the Egyptian capital.
Police arrest Osama Morsi, son of ousted former President Morsi, over charges related to the Rabaa massacre in 2013.
Egypt’s Administrative Control Authority says the group of organ traffickers includes university professors and doctors.
A Lebanese paper recently reported that Egypt had dispatched pilots to an airbase in western Syria.
A group of Egyptian pilots arrive at a base in western Syria, with Cairo mulling more deployments to help Damascus in the fight against terror.
At least eight Egyptian soldiers have been killed when unknown militants detonated a car bomb at a checkpoint in northern Sinai and clashed with troops.
"Our priority is to support national armies," the Egyptian president says.
The court also ordered 21 other senior officials of Morsi’s disbanded Muslim Brotherhood movement and supporters to be retried.
An Egyptian judicial committee confiscates assets belonging to 46 Muslim Brotherhood members.
The Takfiri suspects are charged with twice planning to murder President Sisi and have been referred to a military court.
Egyptian authorities closed the border crossing on Saturday morning.
The judge set a bail at 10,000 Egyptian pounds ($615) for each defendant.
Egypt's Court of Cassation overturns a death sentence issued against the ousted President Mohamed Morsi and ordered a retrial.
The detainees stand accused of attending anti-Cairo rallies in response to calls by the banned Muslim Brotherhood movement.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde has said that Egypt is going on a "sustainable path" to achieve job-rich growth.
The tightened security measures come as a little-known group calling itself the Movement of the Poor urged Egyptians to take to the streets.
The court turned down a government appeal over the nullification of President Sisi’s deal with Saudi Arabia over the control of two Red Sea islands.
Saudi Arabia’s state-run Aramco halts oil shipments to Egypt without giving any reason, Cairo says.
The 20-day drills involve units of the army, navy and air force as well as special forces from Jordan and Egypt.
The Takfiri terrorist group claimed responsibility for killing an Egyptian general, Hesham Mahmoud Abualazm, in Egypt’s restive North Sinai Province.
Egypt updates the death toll from recent floods, saying 22 are killed.
The army says six militants were also killed in clashes in the restive region.