Former National Democratic Party members in Assiut say a ban on their political activities will not stop them returning to political life.
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Media personnel arrested, detained and prevented from reporting at polling stations in several governorates, says Journalists' Syndicate.
Tuesday declared a public holiday and voting extended until Wednesday last minute in an effort to drive up voter turnout.
Mario David, chief observer of the European Union's Election Observation Mission (EOM), elaborates on his team's role in Egypt's ongoing presidential elections.
Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis, Egypt's most active militant group, says Shady El-Manei was not killed and denounces army's claims of 'fake victories'.
The Egyptian middle class has gone through several changes, raising questions about its current ability to lead society toward progress.