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A group called Soldiers of Egypt claimed responsibility for eight bombings since last November until April 2014, including the bombings of Cairo University, and targeting two police checkpoints on the 26 of July corridor and al-Sawah area. A video...
Secretary of the Dostor Party in Daqahlia Mohamed Rashad Ghoneim resigned and announced supporting former Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for president. Ghoneim said in a press statement Friday he submitted his resignation after the Dostor...
Al-Masry Al-Youm reported Friday that Interim President Adly Mansour refused to issue a presidential decree pardoning detained activists, upon the request of the National Council for Human Rights. Mansour rejected the council's request in a...
An IED exploded in the early hours of Friday at Fayoum Sports Stadium, targeting an Armed Forces checkpoint in front of the main gate of the stadium. Explosives experts moved to the scene of the incident for inspection and security forces combed the...
The campaign of presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi managed to collect the required 30,000 endorsements in the last 72 hours before the application deadline. Campaign member Hamid Gabr said the endorsements were collected from 18 governorates,...
Presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Thursday that the Egyptian people have been patient for long, but the “next stage needs hard work to achieve the aspirations of the people.” This came in a meeting with a Japanese...
Cairo Criminal Court on Thursday postponed to 30 April the trial of 68 defendants accused of acts of violence in Tahrir Square that killed 32 people. The defendants are also charged with attempted murder, assaulting citizens, damaging public...
Sayed Ali Geneidy, 63, died at the Demu prison in Fayoum on Thursday. He was detained pending investigations into the storming of a police station after the dispersal of the Brotherhood sit-ins in August 2013. Preliminary examinations by the prison...
Cabinet spokesperson Hossam al-Qawish said on Thursday that the restructuring of electricity prices is under study. He also said that power outages would be announced in advance and he called on citizens to rationalize consumption.   “We...
The Suez public prosecutor on Thursday referred 40 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to a criminal court on charges of killing a child and inciting violence in the city. They are also charged with terrorizing citizens and joining a terrorist group...