Cairo International Airport on Saturday afternoon received its first flights of the Libyan Airlines company, coming from Mitiga International Airport, its first operation since 2014 following unrest in Libya.
Cairo Governor Khaled Abdel-Aal issued a new decree regarding filming commercial advertisements and movie scenes in the Cairo capital.
Egyptian security services arrested Al Jazeera journalist Rabie Al-Sheikh at Cairo Airport on Sunday upon his return from Doha for a family visit, sources told Middle East Eye (MEE).
An Egyptian historian was arrested at an airport in Cairo on Sunday, before being released on Monday morning, prompting criticism about the targeting of academics in Egypt.
In Egypt, a huge “New Administrative Capital” is being built, approximately 45km (28 miles) to the east of Cairo, on a swath of desert equal to the size of Singapore.
Sixteen people on death row have been executed in Egypt over the past week, part of a pattern of an increased use of the death penalty by Egyptian authorities in recent years that has alarmed human rights groups.
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health and Population in Alexandria Saeed Mamoun al-Saqaan announced that the number of injuries from an Alexandria train collision has risen to 45.
Egyptian authorities are currently on heightened security alert amid calls by exiled Egyptian contractor Mohamed Ali to protest in order to demand the protection of the Nile waters. These calls coincide with the approaching eighth anniversary of the June 30 Revolution marking the military-led ouster of late Muslim Brotherhood President …
At least six teenagers were killed in a fire at a juvenile detention centre in the Al-Marg neighbourhood of the Egyptian capital late last week.
In a resplendent ceremony watched by hundreds of millions of people worldwide, Egypt transported 22 ancient mummies through Cairo to a new national museum on Sunday, in what was called the Golden Parade.