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Amnesty International condemned Thursday Egypt's demolition of hundreds of homes and called ...

Local governor announces closure of Al-Azhar traffic tunnel for 'maintenance'

Twelve people died and three were injured by in a traffic accident on the highway connecting the ...

Women supporters asked to stay at home during Friday protests calling for restoration of Egypt's 'Islamic identity'
Acquittals in the first trial for female genital mutilation prompt Human Rights Watch to call on the Egyptian government to take "clear action" to end the practice
Five Egyptians sentenced to life in Damietta for kidnapping prosecutor for ransom
A policeman was shot by unknown assailants in Upper Egypt
The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy calls its supporters to participate in planned 28 November protests
New law defines 'terrorist entities' and sanctions against them  

Egyptian officials believe that President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi's four-day trip to Rome and ...

Locals in the Red Sea governorate cities Al-Qusair and Ras Gharib are angry at plans to divide the governorate

A video claimed to be published by the Egyptian Ajnad Misr militant group features footage of past attacks, promising more until Islamic rule is established

Government authority says 75 percent of Egyptian roads need maintenance, says efforts expanding to improve road infrastructure

Al-Azhar University board decided to allow police forces secure its campuses, inside and outside, for three days until late Saturday

Are new government restrictions the best way to tackle Egypt's drug driving problem?

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Was a deal to import a new Hepatitis C drug made to save Egypt's record-breaking number of infected patients - or make a profit?

Station under Tahrir Square has been closed since August 2013 - putting a strain on other central stations and millions of passengers daily

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