Dokki Prosecution determined on Wednesday to keep the chief editor of the privately owned Masr al-Arabia website, Adel Sabry, in detention until further National Security Authority (NSA) investigations are conducted.
As polls open for what is difficult to describe sincerely as a presidential election, one must ask the question: Why would the Egyptian government and President Abdel-Fattah El Sisi put on such a farce in such an obvious manner, undermining any credibility for this vote? Most candidates have been railroaded …
Interior Ministry: Security kill 6 Hassm militants responsible for attack on Alexandria security director
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior announced that six Hassm militants responsible for an attack on the Alexandria security director’s motorcade were killed in an exchange of fire with security forces in the Beheira Governorate early Sunday.
On February 19, the private Egyptian firm Dolphinus Holdings announced a deal to import $15 billion worth of natural gas from Israel over a period of ten years.
Members of Egypt’s media are facing increasing restrictions in reporting as presidential elections approach, with journalists jailed on “fake news” charges, Reuters has reported.
Egypt Intelligence Service provided weapons to rogue Qatari officers in failed 1996 coup attempt: Jazeera
Qatar-based TV network al-Jazeera recently broadcast a documentary series in which it accused Egypt of providing weapons to Qatari military officers who were planning to conduct a military coup in 1996 against former Emir Hamed bin Khalifa Al-Thani.
Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Tuesday expressed his country’s readiness to expend all efforts to enhance security and stability in South Sudan.
Official spokesperson of the Armed Forces Tamer al-Refeai stated on Saturday that Egypt’s Air Force destroyed 8 terrorist targets and 158 weapon depots on the ninth day of the ongoing military operation “Sinai 2018” to eliminate terrorism in the troubled Sinai peninsula.
High-level military sources have revealed new information about detained former Egyptian Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Sami Anan. Adviser Hisham Genena, former head of Egypt’s Central Auditing Organisation made announcements regarding key documents he claims are outside of Egypt.
Mohamed al-Qassas, the Strong Egypt Party’s deputy president, has reported being subject to mistreatment during his detention at the maximum-security Tora Prison complex, including prolonged hours of being handcuffed and blindfolded, according to lawyer Halim Hanish.