Activist Mona Seif joined her mother's stance, with both also being on hunger strike for the past 56 days.
Ministry deactivates nine explosive devices found in different university campuses over two days
Residents told to leave homes as military seeks to destroy Gaza tunnels once and for all
Pope met with senior officials, members of Russian Orthodox Church
Eights militants killed including perpetrator of Sheikh Zuweid bombing, says armed forces
Around 230 students arrested since the beginning of academic year, whereabouts of some remain unknown
President decree could lead to the trial of thousands of civilians in military courts, says CIHRS
Foreign ministry claims “great efforts” made, while rights group claim ‘dramatic deterioration’ in human rights
Football fans found innocent after being charged with breaking Protest Law
Rights groups invite government to discuss human rights abuses as Egypt’s Universal Periodic Review approaches
Former president Morsi's four cases postponed with no verdict received on all of them
Talks occur on security, energy and tourism ahead of 8 November meeting in Cairo
Ministry planning to build 100,000 hotel rooms for tourists in north coast
Expected returns set at $1bn for exporters and $280m in returns for state due to export fee
Company projects approximately $1.3bn investment and $150m injected into expansion of PVC production for 2015
Analysts call government’s determination to offer dollar bonds during first quarter of 2015 a move to restore confidence of foreign investors
Egyptians employed in Libya demand their return despite ongoing armed conflict in the country, blame lack of work opportunities in Egypt
Ministry of Supply says company has offered to supply all necessary equipment and machinery
Global Telecom planned to sell Telecel to another entity last year, but Econet Wireless Global was unable to complete the deal.
The number of indirect jobs the sector will provide is set to increase from 45,000 to 750,000 by the end of 2020, according to the official.
Lintatel for Telecommunications CEO and Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunication (CIT) Board Member Hamdy El-Leithy said TE separating from Vodafone represents a government-owned company offering ...
Smartphones leading source of growth in Egypt
Saudi Arabia’s STC topped the ranking with its brands worth $4.9bn, while Telecom Egypt and Mobinil ranked ninth and tenth
Government and sovereign agencies will obtain the ruling share of the national infrastructure of communications, Gamal El-Sadat, CEO of Etisalat Egypt, said.
Guide discusses violations against homosexuals by the police, employers and people in public places
Lotfia El-Nady, who would have been 107 this year, was the first Arab woman to pilot ...
The restaurant has two seating areas; the outside area offers visitors a chance to enjoy the energetic ambiance and watch the dancing fountain.
Dalia Naguib launches a self-titled collection that “rebels against traditional fashion styles and colours”
Scelerisque, the first company to specialise in chocolate beverages, opens its first shop in Cairo
Green Pan collects used vegetable oil from restaurants, hotels and houses to produce up to 2 tonnes of biodiesel daily
Due to “continuous censorship of his music”, Ramy Essam leaves Egypt for two years but he is not seeking asylum
Australian blogger launches a campaign to send pens to Al-Mazraa prison, in solidarity with imprisoned journalist
Students launch a campaign to colour walls and stairs in Cairo
The virtual dinner project connects people from east to west through series of online dinners
Some films have been critical about some forms of masculinity, offering an ‘ideal’ for men to aspire to
After seven leading Muslim Brotherhood leaders announced on 12 September that they would depart their longtime ally, Qatar, diverse scenarios were raised as to the reasons ...
Government’s anti-terrorism statements believed to be for “media consumption”, expert says
Egypt faces increased militancy and crime following 25 January Revolution
Coalitions and parties reflect on elections amid calls for postponement
Ever since the downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood, a looming question has been raised: will the group return to political life under a new umbrella?...
Besides the beautiful landscape of mountains, wadis and canyons, the traditional Bedouin society is a large part of the beauty of Saint Catherine.
Here are a few ideas to help you relax and a hide away from the crowds
Tourism restrictions, legal dispute keep visitors from discovering mermaid mysteries and underwater secrets
Sleep under the starry heavens and get to know the desert dwellers
Egypt’s Tourism Assistance Fund is looking for annual returns of 25% on investments, or $250m in the first phase of underwriting, according to Amr Askar, investment ...
Installments will be based on each company’s circumstances
Alexandria’s Smouha mourns after league loss; miss out on cup title, beaten by Cairo giant Al-Zamalek in final
Premier League winners Al-Ahly eliminated in semi-finals by Alexandrian side Smouha
After narrow victories in quarterfinals, Cairo giants meet Smouha and Wadi Degla in semis
Extra time goal Götze stuns Argentina and delivers Die Mannschaft fourth World Cup title
First semi-final produces shocking result to send Germany through to the final
Red Devils extend their list of trophies winning 37th league title after 0-0 draw with Smouha