Militants have killed hundreds of soldiers and police since the military overthrew Mursi in 2013
It was the defendants’ second trial, after having won an appeal against an initial sentencing
Egypt has released the fourth and final member of a band arrested in May after they made an online video mocking the government
Security forces are searching for the men in that area, about 80 km (50 miles) north of Cairo
Relations between Ankara and Cairo took a nosedive after the Egyptian military deposed Mursi in July 2013
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday ruled out a reconciliation with Egypt, despite a diplomatic blitz that has seen Ankara mend fences ...
Warplanes flew over the capital, Cairo, where Sisi’s supporters plan to hold rallies later in the day
In 2015 a government committee blocked the assets of the former player for Cairo-based club Al-Ahly and Egypt’s national team
Egypt has long accused Qatar - and Al-Jazeera - of being sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood
Egyptian law requires the mufti to sign off on death sentences
He has already been sentenced in three separate trials to death, a life term and 20 years in prison
The defendants were found guilty of killing three civilians during the protest in Cairo on July 5, 2013
Egypt’s Supreme Judicial Council on Monday forced 32 judges into retirement
Rights groups have regularly accused Egypt’s security services of carrying out illegal detentions
Signs are growing that the former army chief, who seized power in 2013, is losing popularity
El-Sisi said only that he would ‘remove from the face of the Earth’ anyone plotting to bring down the state
Ibrahim Eissa expressed outrage over a two-year prison sentence passed Saturday against an author for publishing a sexually explicit excerpt of his novel
Egyptian medical officials say a homemade bomb in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula has killed two soldiers
Wednesday’s bombing in North Sinai’s provincial capital of El-Arish targeted the troops’ armored vehicle
Hundreds of Egyptian policemen and soldiers have been killed during attacks in North Sinai since 2013
Authorities are determined that the occasion will not be marked by popular demonstrations, or militant attacks
President Sisi spoke at a ceremony marking Police Day, which falls on Jan. 25, the day the uprising began five years ago.
As the anniversary of that uprising approaches, Egyptian security forces have arrested several activists to prevent them from gathering
Egypt’s Interior Ministry says it has arrested three people who are running 23 Facebook pages, accusing them of using the website to incite ...
A court in the Nile delta city of Tanta sentenced Lieutenant Ahmed al-Kafrawi and Sergeant Hani Salah in absentia to life
The Brotherhood says it is a peaceful organization, but opponents accuse it of orchestrating attacks on Egyptian police
The defendants are among thousands rounded up at a protest site in August 2013
Both defendants had been released on bail during the course of the trial
Egyptians began voting Sunday across 13 of the country’s 27 provinces in the second phase of parliamentary elections
It is out of love for Egypt that we call for an end to restrictions on the only influential Arab media - Saudi or Saudi-backed outlets - when covering ...
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