Zeinab El-Gundy's Articles

Sixty-three year old Salwa Abou Al-Naga suffocated in a fire that engulfed her apartment while trying to save the cats that she housed there after rescuing them from the street

A Swiss official says the Swiss government wants to return frozen Mubarak regime funds to Egypt, but that the Egyptian government should help them pass the required procedures

Former Guidance Bureau spokesperson Mahmoud Ghozlan is believed to reside outside Egypt

Ahram Online answers common questions about capital punishment in Egypt

Despite the presidential meeting with Al-Wafd leaders on Wednesday, the internal crisis is still going on in Egypt's oldest liberal party

Egyptians call for the minister's dismissal on social media

It's the first known incident of direct fighting between the IS-affiliated group and members of the influential Tarabin tribe

Egyptian Armenians march in Cairo, Pope Tawadros II travels to Yerevan in memorial of the 1.5 million Armenians killed by Ottaman Turks in 1915

Nogoum FM was able to regain control of the account after five hours; hackers condemn 'immoral' Egyptian media and call for destruction of ancient statues

Ahram Online answers the most frequently asked questions about the notorious militant group Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis

A number of Egyptian expats unable to leave Yemen as fighting and airstrikes escalate call on the foreign ministry in Cairo to evacuate them back to Egypt

Ahram Online looks back at the history of the Houthi insurgency and its clashes with central government in Yemen

At least 74 Syrian and Palestinian-Syrian refugees have been detained for over 100 days at Karmooz police station

Yara Negm, a 19-year-old engineering student, was hit by a bus in the GUC parking lot on Monday

The most significant change in the cabinet reshuffle is the new minister of interior Magdy Abdel Ghafer, who served as head of the National Security Apparatus after the January 2011 uprising

Ahram Online speaks with Egyptians returning from Libya about their experience in the war-torn country

The militant group published photos of the Egyptians wearing orange jumpsuits

Ahram Online republishes the story of the former police officer and activist who was reported dead in May after which the the Islamic State group said he had died in Syria - and was a field commander.

According to the parliamentary elections law, party-based lists should include Christians and women

Socialist activist Shaimaa El-Sabagh was killed near Tahrir Square while trying to commemorate the January 2011 uprising

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