Latest in Egypt Highlight
Latest in Egypt
Iran hopes that their time with the president will finally come at the end of next week
Unknown assailants attacked the march with shotguns and stones leaving six injured
Differing accounts of train derailment offer a murky picture the incident
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is worried for the safety of Americans, Egyptians and Israelis should Sinai become a terrorist base
As President Mohamed Morsy mulls over candidates for his cabinet, officials announced that the Kamal El-Ganzouri led government will continue through Ramadan.
The judge will hear the case calling for the revocation of the SCAF supplementary decree
More companies join the protests and threaten to cut railroad tracks if demands fail to be met.
Military abuse continues as protesters challenge the ruling generals
Employees attempted to storm Suez government buildings
Kidnappings add to the list of issues faced by already faultering tousim sector
Doctors are asking for more protection as their syndicate fails them
Syrian refugees face hardship and uncertainty in Egypt
Tensions surrounds the court proceedings because of the critical nature of the Constituent Assembly
Conflicting reports shroud railway tragedy
Workers from the Misr Oil Processing Company fertiliser plant in Damietta clashed on Monday with protesting residents of the village of Sinaneya, leaving 28 wounded. The clashes occurred when workers in charge of securing volatile ammonia tanks within the factory left and did not respond to commands by security forces to return. Tensions caused by …
Shaimaa Adel arrived on the Presidential Plane with President Morsy
Amid chanting and protesting by Muslim Brotherhood members who took over two halls, the court postponed the case calling for the dissolution of the assembly tasked with writing Egypt’s next constitution
Presidency continues to stall when it comes to naming a Prime Minister, Cabinet and Vice Presidents
Morsy called Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir to orchestrate the release
Clinton meets with Tantawi, reaffirms Washington’s commitment to civilian transfer of power
As the 72-hour deadline for the American and Egyptian hostages passes, the abductor threatens to harm them if his uncle is not released from prison. Police said authorities were engaged in ending the standoff.
The deportation of the ‘stateless’ women causes uproar among Arab rights groups in the United States.
Amid controversial debates over origins of power in Egypt, lawyers expect the assembly to be disbanded by Administrative Court this week
The US Secretary of State makes an historic visit amid protests against her arrival
Egypt’s highest court backed out of ruling on the membership of Parliament, doing nothing to resolve its paralysis
The two officers had been detained since last year
Morsy’s trip to Ethiopia is seen as a first step towards regaining Egypt’s influence in Africa
The committee created by President Morsy to review cases of people tried in military courts promises ‘good news’ for families
Egypt’s highest court rules that it does not have the power to resolve the crisis over Egypt’s parliament
The 32-year old man who abducted three in Sinai off a tour bus tells the Daily New Egypt that their fate is tied to his uncle’s