Egyptians voted for a new president, with the ex-army chief who overthrew the country's first democratically elected leader and crushed his Islamist ...
As Sisi and Sabahi go head-to-head, political parties in Egypt are choosing sides
A homemade bomb was thrown in the direction of Sisi supporters at a street gathering in a north-eastern district
Egyptian expatriates around the world headed to the polls, casting the first votes to name a successor to deposed Islamist president Mohamed Mursi.
Sisi called for the resumption of U.S. military aid, worth $1.3 billion a year, which was partially frozen after a crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood
The movement was banned last month, and its leader was jailed amid a crackdown on opposition groups
Observers say General Sisi has a specialized team driving his presidential campaign
Sheikh Qaradawi says former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi took power 'unfairly' in Egypt
Don’t be confused if you see the two Egyptian presidential candidates poking fun at each other on Twitter… It’s not them!
The report says private media are more biased than public media in the coverage of election campaigns
Egypt’s former army chief is seen as the certain winner of the upcoming vote
Egypt’s only two candidates, retired army chief Sisi and leftist Sabahi used Twitter as key tool to garner votes to win presidency
Power cuts and endemic economic problems, Sisi must address Egypt’s myriad issues
Egypt’s former army chief called on Egyptians to massively take part in the presidential elections
The committee will announce the official list of candidates on May 2
Hamdeen Sabbahi gathered 31,100 endorsements from 17 provinces, according to his campaign team
Sama al-Masri’s reaction comes after Murtada Mansour, a potential presidential candidate, threatened her
As Egypt's presidential election race begins, it looks like the former military man wants to get off to a flying start
The announcement comes days after army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi announced his bid for the top job
A journalist who worked for the privately-owned Al-Dustour newspaper was shot in the head amid the clashes
Human rights lawyer Khaled Ali retracted his decision to run for Egypt's 2014 elections, citing serious concerns about a new law
Ex-presidential candidate Shafiq denied that he criticized army chief al-Sisi’s expected bid for the upcoming presidential elections
Ahmed Shafiq reiterated his support for Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as president
The military strongman appeared together with his wife publicly for the first time
If he becomes president, Abdel-Fattah el Sisi runs enormous risks
Al Tahrir newspaper said that President Adly Mansour will call on Egyptians to take part in presidential elections
Egypt's next president will not be veteran politician Amr Moussa or Nasserite leader Hamdin Sabahi or independent Brotherhood figure Abdelmonem Abul ...
Shafik left Egypt last year after being defeated in the presidential election by Mursi
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