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A group of Iranian tourists toured the famous Hatshepsut temple in Luxor on Sunday in the second visit of its kind since Iran's Islamic Revolution in 1979. The tour also included visits to the Medinat Habu temple and the Memnon statues. The 142-...
  South Sudan’s minister of water resources and irrigation has announced that his country will join the Entebbe Agreement. “We joined the Nile Basin Initiative. We are on the way to join the framework agreement, through which Nile...
Dozens of Microbus drivers continued to block a portion of the Ring Road in Maadi Sunday morning, protesting diesel shortages and their inability to fill their tanks for days. The protest backed up traffic in Mounib and at Bahr al-Azam Street, and...
Thousands of Port Said residents throughout the city protested Saturday’s verdict in the stadium violence case, after a court upheld death sentences for 21 people, mostly city residents. About 2,000 protesters blocked ferries headed from Port...
Diesel shortages may grow more severe in March as import allocations fall short, an official source at the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation has said. The senior official, quoted by Turkish news agency Anadolu, said Monday that the Finance...
The National Salvation Front (NSF) has rejected President Mohamed Morsy's call for political dialogue, arguing that the call failed to include any assurances for a serious discussion. The front announced its stance in a press conference at the...
The number of casualties in a building collapse in Mamora, eastern Alexandria, rose to 28 dead and 12 injured Wednesday. Military and emergency responders continue to search for survivors and bodies of victims. Nasser al-Abd, director of the...
Hamas Spokesperson Sami Abu Zahri has said that the Palestinian militant group will continue its efforts to convince the Egyptian government to establish an industrial and commercial zone in Gaza Strip. During a seminar organized by the Gaza-based...
The Cairo Administrative Court at the State Council on Tuesday will begin reviewing over 50 lawsuits from across the country challenging the legitimacy of the vote on Egypt’s new constitution, which ended on Saturday.

 Plaintiffs are...
Hamas neither disrupts Egypt's security nor interferes in its domestic affairs under any circumstances, said a member of the group’s political bureau, Mahmoud al-Zahar, adding that it is “unimaginable” to hear such accusations...