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The residents of Port Said have escalated their protest campaign against attempts to demolish one of the important historic buildings of the city, located on al-Gomhoreya Street, within the framework of a series of demolitions planned by the...
One policeman was killed and two others were wounded early Tuesday when unknown assailants shot at a makeshift checkpoint on the Beni Suef-Minya road in Upper Egypt.   A security source said the police officer who died is Emad Rabee, from...
Cairo University Council agreed during its meeting on Monday to renew its contract with Falcon, a private security company, which will secure the University during the next academic year.   The Council discussed the report of the committee...
The Ministry of Interior has banned tourist buses from using the Quseir-Qeft road, due to the lack of adequate security measures in the area.    The road links the Red Sea province with both Qena and Luxor.   The Egyptian Travel...
The Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operation closed Sadat Metro Station indefinitely on Tuesday, upon an order from security authorities.   The Sadat Metro Station will be closed starting Tuesday until further notice from the...
Assistant Attorney General Ali Omran has been appointed Acting Attorney General, being the most experienced of the attorney generals' assistants, until the Supreme Judicial Council nominates a judge to replace late top prosecutor Hesham Barakat...
Violence by suspected extremists and counter raids by security forces continued in Sinai on Monday and Tuesday as Egypt marks two years since the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, a development that triggered non-stop violence in the restive...
Many Americans have preconceived notions of what it means to be a Muslim woman, usually considering them oppressed figures. Huffington Post, however, has offered a different narrative, publishing a list of 10 most prominent Muslim women who...
At an Egyptian dining table sits Shah Kafil, an Indian student from al-Azhar’s language and translation school.   Surrounded by his Egyptian colleagues, Kafil speaks about having spent the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Egypt over the...
The Pharaohs recorded earthquakes and their destructive effects. They considered them “God’s Hammer”. They even had ways to predict earthquakes through what they called a “Well Observatory,” whereby they would study...