Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz left Cairo after a short visit that lasted about an hour.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is about to score his first foreign policy victory with the expected restoration of Egypt’s African Union membership.
The Salafist Egyptian party, Al Nour, expressed its desire to join the new government.
As Egypt celebrated the anniversary of the High Dam, which displaced thousands of indigenous Nubians, the affected have revived their calls for justice.
Newly elected President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi says he hopes for 'an internal and external renaissance for the country'.
As Egyptian President-elect Sisi prepares to be sworn into office June 8, most citizens expect modest promises in light of the country’s current crises.
With Egypt’s new government moving on without it, the Brotherhood lies low and looks for allies.
A new law regulating preaching in mosques came into effect on Friday June 7.
Al Azhar and Awqaf missionary convoys travelled across Sinai in coordination and cooperation with the Egyptian army.
Campaigners welcome the move but remain concerned about whether the law will be enforced by police.