The proposal includes returning control of Gaza to Palestinian Authority though both sides doubt the talks will lead to tangible progress, according to al-Hayat report
The ruling dashes Mubarak son Gamal's last hopes to run for public office: A senior newspaper editor had recently suggested that banker-turned-politician may have been contemplating the move
Thousands of Egypt's 250,000 African refugees have fallen victim to the illegal organ trade. Haaretz traveled to Cairo and spoke with six survivors. 'A strange man held a rag doused with an anesthetic over my mouth. Six days later, I woke up with a scar'
On the eve of the Yom Kippur War, Lt. Col. Nitzani looked at the Suez Canal through his binoculars and ordered his soldiers to go on full alert. One of his soldiers tells the little-known story
Israel State Archives publish a secret telegram documenting a pre-war warning Mossad chief Zvi Zamir received from a source of an Egyptian-Syrian plot to attack Israel 'toward evening'
Alaa and Gamal Mubarak are accused, along with seven other men, of attempting to unlawfully profiteer off of shares in one of Egypt's most prominent banks
A video the Egyptian national took of himself eating breakfast with the woman sparked outrage on Saudi social media, The Guardian reports
One of two boats carrying refugees from Africa reportedly deflates, sinks
Several mass trials of Islamists that yielded dozens of death sentences have been held in Egypt since 2013, when the military, then led by President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, removed a president from the Muslim Brotherhood
Man detained by Egyptian security forces; no casualties reported