By Crispian Balmer
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Maayan Lubell
CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt’s parliament approved on Sunday a cabinet reshuffle including four new ministers, government sources said, two months ahead of a scheduled presidential election.
CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court on Thursday quashed the conviction and prison sentence for alleged corruption against ex-interior minister Habib al-Adly and ordered a retrial, judicial sources
Egypt’s chief prosecutor is opening a criminal investigation into an article published by The New York Times.
ROME (Reuters) – Italian magistrates investigating the murder of a graduate student in Cairo two years ago have seized the computer and cell phone of his Cambridge University tutor, the prosecutors’
CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court jailed 262 people from three years to life on Tuesday for security-related offences during a 2013 sit-in protest against the ousting of former president Mohamed
CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt will hold a presidential election in late March, authorities said on Monday, starting the countdown toward a likely second term in office for incumbent Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Vice President Mike Pence is set to tour the Middle East after having to delay his trip last month due to the tax bill vote.