Sisi said tough security measures were needed to protect Egypt from what he described as terrorist attacks by militants
More than 200 lawyers are behind bars in Egypt for defending the government’s Islamist opponents
Hassan Malik was one of the few prominent Brotherhood members to escape the crackdown on Islamists in Egypt
Mohamed al-Zawahiri was arrested in August 2013 at the height of a campaign of repression of Islamists
Egyptian security forces on Friday killed nine militants who took part in a bomb attack at the Italian consulate in Cairo in July
They may sound wacky – but conspiracy theories eventually lead to the disempowerment of citizens
The prosecution said 35 people have been arrested, and accused leaders of the ousted Muslim Brotherhood of inciting them to carry out violent attacks
Former president Mohamed Mursi files appeal on life imprisonment and death sentence
Mohammad Mursi tells court he will abstain from eating due to lack of trust
A prominent leader of a hardline Islamist group has died in Cairo jail
Trying to turn the Suez Canal into a lost Egyptian battle will make the Brotherhood worthless
Inauguration of the new Suez Canal will take place in Ismailiya. The event will be attended by several heads of state including Hollande
At least six people were killed on Friday in clashes between pro-Islamist protesters and Egyptian police in Cairo, the health ministry said. ...
The bill is part of tough measures demanded by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as part of a crackdown on militants
Sergent Abdallah Metwally was part of a team of policemen guarding the home of judge Hussein Kandil
Gunmen also wound four military recruits in Egypt’s border town Rafah
A sense of foreboding fills the air, with officials and media speaking of a state of war and urging national unity
A civilian was killed on Friday during the clearing of a demonstration in Cairo, the Egyptian health ministry spokesman told Reuters, on the second ...
Several political parties have called for celebrations to commemorate this year’s anniversary.
Tamarod spearhead protests in June 2013 against the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate Mursi a year after he took office
A government crackdown has resulted in more than 41,000 people arrested, charged or indicted with a criminal offence
Armored personnel carriers were positioned across the city, and additional checkpoints were set up
Mursi was being retried for allegedly leaking classified documents to Qatar
David Cameron has come under fire after inviting Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi to London for bilateral talks
Egypt has granted presidential pardons to 165 people jailed under a controversial law governing the right to protest
Mursi was also sentenced to 25 years in prison in a case related to conspiring with foreign groups
Sisi was elected president after ousting the country’s first freely elected leader, Mohamed Mursi, in 2013
Cairo has for many years played a central role in engineering ceasefires between neighboring Israel and Hamas, which dominates Gaza
Mohamed Soltan was among thousands detained after Islamist president Mohamed Mursi was toppled in 2013
The sentence was criticized by human rights groups, the United States and the European Union, as well as Pakistan
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