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A ferry carrying some workers capsized on Sunday morning in the Nile River at Ezbet Rabie, the Niklah village, in Giza, killing at least three people and injuring four others, while other individuals are still missing.

In a tragic incident on Wednesday, 11 Sudanese nationals lost their lives, with six others sustaining injuries, following a car accident on the El-Alaqqi road in Egypt's Aswan governorate.

Four students from the Russian University in Egypt were killed on Wednesday as their bus crashed into a pickup vehicle on the Regional Ring Road near the Nile Delta governorate of Sharqia, authorities said.

Prominent Egyptian publisher and leading liberal political activist Hisham Kassem was released Tuesday from prison after completing his six-month sentence in a libel and slander case, according to his lawyer.

The Emergency Supreme State Security Criminal Court sentenced on Monday two people to death and two others to 15 years imprisonment for joining the Hazemoon terrorist group, while acquitting another.

An economic appeals court overturned a previous ruling that acquitted Mortada Mansour, the former president of Zamalek Sporting Club, of charges related to insulting Mahmoud El-Khatib, the president of rival Ahly SC.

An unfortunate incident occurred on Monday in Egypt's New Valley governorate as the seating of a circus collapsed, while a group of students were attending a performance, resulting in 38 injuries.

Fifteen people were killed and seven others injured Tuesday evening when a trailer truck collided with a a microbus and a small passenger car on the Amreya desert road.

A Cairo misdemeanour court sentenced on Tuesday Ahmed Tantawy, a former presidential hopeful, to one year in prison for printing and circulating “unauthorized” endorsement forms.

Egypt received on Wednesday 29 Palestinians, comprising injured and oncology patients, from Gaza via the Rafah crossing to be treated at Egyptian hospitals.

A Cairo Economic Court sentenced graphic designer Ghada Wali to six months in prison on Tuesday over charges of plagiarizing artwork from Russian artist Georgy Korasov and incorporating it into murals placed on walls of Cairo Underground Metro stations.

A Cairo Misdemeanor Court handed over political activist Yahia Hussein Abdel-Hady a year-suspended prison sentence on Thursday for spreading false news online.

Egypt's Ministry of Health and Population announced Monday that the total estimated value of donations received from Arab and foreign governments, international organizations, civil society, and the private sector to support the ministry's efforts in providing medical care to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip has exceeded EGP 354 million (just under $11.5 million).

Al-Azhar mourned on Monday Former Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs of Palestine and the preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque Sheikh Yousef Salama who was killed on Sunday in an Israeli airstrike on his home in the Al-Maghazi refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

Egypt’s Ministry of Interior has denied reports that an Egyptian journalist was murdered after he published a video clip claiming the mother-in-law of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy purchased a villa in the Red Sea governorate.

Egypt received, through the Rafah crossing, on Monday 24 Palestinians who were wounded in Israel's attack on the Gaza Strip for treatment in Egyptian hospitals, according to a medical source.

Seven people were killed and twenty-five others injured on Tuesday morning when a bus overturned due to heavy morning fog on the eastern desert road in Minya governorate, Upper Egypt.

Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) announced on Thursday that it achieved a significant increase of 20.3 percent with the canal’s revenue reaching $854.7 million in November 2023, compared to $710.3 million in November 2022, showing a difference of $144.4 million.

Prominent Egyptian journalist and TV host Kaswaa El-Khelaly revealed on her TV show “In the Evening with Kuswah” on CBC TV that Meta, the owner of Facebook, deleted the live broadcast of her show episode on Sunday over coverage of the Gaza war.

Egypt received on Monday 28 premature Palestinian babies evacuated from the besieged Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing in North Sinai, Minister of Health and Population Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar announced.

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