August 3, 2014
Egypt's stocks hit a whopping rise on Thursday in the first trading following Eid Al-Fitr holiday, as the main index registered its highest increase in six years.
Egyptian authorities announced an increase of electricity supplies to Gaza after Israeli forces bombed the Strip's sole power plant earlier in the week.
The entertainment world has lost one of its veteran actors on Friday: RIP Said Saleh.
Organised by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Art Centre, this 12th edition of the festival brings a large line-up of renowned Egyptian musicians and bands to the Mediterranean city from 6 August-2 September.
The new package aims to revitalise and expand the activities of the private sector through removing the “bottlenecks” facing economic key sectors.
August 1, 2014
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has invited Palestinian authorities and Israeli authorities to Cairo for truce talks.
Egypt received 104 wounded Palestinians through Rafah Thursday. The injured will be treated in Egyptian hospitals.
July 31, 2014
Egypt's Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim has approved the latest reshuffle inside his ministry.
Egyptian authorities arrested 290 Egyptians who were trying to return home from Libya.
Twin car bombs in Giza on Wednesday targeted electricity pylons but were unsuccessful as one detonated accidentally, killing three, and the other was detected prior to detonation.
July 30, 2014
The Egyptian government refuses to cooperate for the dispatch of medical and humanitarian aid to the besieged Gaza Strip, a senior Iranian lawmaker says.
A car bomb exploded in Giza killing three people Wednesday.
Ninth annual Hayy Festival shines light on promising and prominent Arab and African female singers.
Egypt is doubling the staff on the borders between Libya and Tunisia to help Egyptians safely exit Libya.
July 29, 2014
A new shipment of food and medical aid provided by the Egyptian army reached the Rafah border crossing on its way to Gaza.