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Pope Tawadros's trip to Jerusalem stirred controversy in Egypt, with some arguing the Pontiff of violating a Coptic Church ban on pilgrimages to occupied Jerusalem and others saying the pope was only fulfilling personal duty

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Coptic Orthodox Church says the pope's visit is 'exceptional' to honour the late Bishop Abraham, not a reversal of its ban on pilgrimages to Jerusalem

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Egyptian national Waleed Abdel-Razzak was found severely injured following bombings outside Stade De France

Ahram Online presents a breakdown of all seven lists contesting the upcoming parliamentary elections

Researcher Sobhi Eseila stresses that all factions should be represented in the coming parliament

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Thirty extra trains have been provided by Egypt’s railway authority for travelers during the Eid holiday period this year

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People are doing all they can to survive temperatures that have peaked at 46 Celsius

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The project to extend the canal was completed in a year, and is being hailed by the Egyptian government as 'Egypt's gift to the world'

Egypt is scheduled to inaugurate the new waterway in less than 48 hours

The one-day suspension of work in north Cairo courts comes in the wake of the injury of a lawyer who was reportedly shot on the job by a police officer

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Beloved Egyptian actor Omar Sharif died on Friday aged 83, leaving behind a legacy of over a hundred films

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Islamic State-affiliated Sinai Province launched a concerted attack against the Egyptian army in North Sinai in the early hours of Wednesday, but army - in massive mobilisation - regained control of the situation by nighttime

The former Islamist president was sentenced to 20 years over inciting violence during 2012 protests in April, in the first verdict in one of five cases against him since his ouster in 2013

In the wake of publishing a controversial issue that was critical of Christianity, head of Al-Azhar accepts resignation of the institute's main publications editor-in-chief

The lawyers strike comes in the wake of a high-ranking police officer assaulting with a shoe a lawyer in a police station in Damietta

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Germany's Green Party had invited Mohamed Lotfy to a panel on human rights in Egypt, hours before President El-Sisi's visit to Berlin

People are doing all they can to survive in temperatures that have peaked at 46 Celsius

The students, who all protested a death at the university in March, have been accused of assaulting the university's chairman and guards

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The conscript was killed after the militants stopped an ambulance in North Sinai, leaving three others, including a driver and a medic badly injured

Cairo will see a high of 35 degrees Celsius on Monday

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