The Egyptian Shia community have demanded greater protections in the country's new constitution expected to go to public referendum by the end of the year.
Ousted Egyptian leader still refusing to appoint defence lawyer, says 'coup leaders' committed treason.
According to the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence, Egyptian consumer confidence rose 6 index points in the third quarter of the violent ridden 2013.
A Thomson Reuters Foundation report stated that Egypt was the worst Arab country to be a woman.
Police fired teargas as violence flared at Mansoura University, leaving dozens injured.
Former supply minister Bassem Ouda was arrested Tuesday in Beheira.
Egypt's administrative court rules that state of emergency, now in its third month, to expire on Tuesday.
Prosecution to investigate complaints filed against popular satirist; Youssef debates authoritarian regimes, nationalism in Al-Shorouk.
Coptic activist Marceiliano Youssef speaks about his ‘Scream’ campaign aiming to ensure the real demands of Copts are included in Egypt's next constitution.
Ali hands in his notice independent of the mass resignation Saturday of around 300 of the group's leading members.