Authority says ensuring 'professional codes' are followed amid small-scale demonstrations that come years after government effectively banned all public protests
Day after demonstrators took to the streets in central Cairo and other Egyptian cities over government corruption, witnesses say security forces use tear gas and live fire to disperse Suez crowd
Former army general has overseen an unprecedented political crackdown, silencing critics and jailing thousands
Cairo sees investment in the peninsula as an investment in national security, but the military receives tax and other benefits that crowd out the private sector
Without concessions from Ethiopia in the event of severe drought, Egypt says it would risk losing more than one million jobs and $1.8 billion in economic output annually, as well as electricity valued at $300 million
No group claimed responsibility for attack, which also wounded two security forces
'Virginity test' has become a tool to weigh the virtuousness of sexual assault victims, activist says, arguing men in Egyptian society are 'always presumed innocent'
El Molla sees 2 bcm of gas at first, versus 7 bcm stated in export agreement
Abdullah Morsi, the youngest son of the deposed Islamist president, died of cardiac arrest, according to his lawyer
Surrounded by the sea on three sides and backing up to a lake, Egypt's second city is uniquely vulnerable to rising sea levels caused by climate change
Thirteen Egyptian human rights organizations ask United Nations to hold conference on torture in a country where 'the bare minimum of human rights is respected'
While IMF dishes out compliments, more than a third of Egypt's population lives on less than $2 a day
Egypt says Hasm militant group responsible after explosives-laden car collided with other vehicles ■ Netanyahu issues statement of solidarity with Egyptian people
Key figures in the 2011 uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak, who are among those under probation, are being asked to spend every night at a police station
Using gifts, bribes and his personal charm, Clement Behar put his life on the line to save the Jews of the Egyptian capital from persecution during the 1940s and 1950s
U.K airline says 'constantly reviewing security arrangements,' move meant as 'precaution' ■ Lufthansa to resume routes on Sunday
In a key international index last year, Egypt came in next to last ahead of Yemen. College graduates aren’t getting jobs, and funding is going elsewhere
2017 law restricted NGOs' activity to developmental and social work, with jail terms of up to five years for non-compliance
This year’s blockbuster ‘The Passage’ makes evident that despite political shifts, the line of defense of the country’s artists and intellectuals hasn’t changed
Archaeologists uncover collection of stone, clay and wooden sarcophagi alongside mummies dating as far back as 332 B.C.