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Nineteen dead in explosion due to Cairo car crash

Nineteen dead in explosion due to Cairo car crash

Nineteen people died and 30 were injured in an explosion resulting from a car crash in central Cairo, Egypt's health ministry said on Monday.

20 militants killed by airstrikes in Egypt's restive Sinai

20 militants killed by airstrikes in Egypt's restive Sinai

Egyptian security forces launched airstrikes on Islamist militants' hideouts in Egypt's restive Sinai region on Friday, killing 20 insurgents

Tutankhamen head set for London auction despite Egyptian protests

Tutankhamen head set for London auction despite Egyptian protests

A brown quartzite head of young king Tutankhamen was due to be auctioned in London with an estimate of more than $5 million on Thursday, in the face of Egyptian demands for its return.

Four killed in attack on government building in Egypt's Sinai

Four killed in attack on government building in Egypt's Sinai

Militants attacked a government building under construction in Egypt's restive northern Sinai region on Saturday, killing at least four work

Mursi hailed as 'a martyr killed deliberately, slowly over six years of abuse'

Mursi hailed as 'a martyr killed deliberately, slowly over six years of abuse'

The death of Mohamed Mursi, modern Egypt's first democratically elected head of state, while on trial in a Cairo court, has brought an outpouring of condolences around the Middle East and calls for an investigation into his conditions.

1st elected Egyptian president Mursi dies after 6 years of 'torture' in prison

1st elected Egyptian president Mursi dies after 6 years of 'torture' in prison

Former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi, the first democratically elected head of state in Egypt's modern history, died Monday aged 67 after collapsing in a Cairo court while on trial on espionage charges, authorities said.

The princes who want to destroy any hope for Arab democracy

The princes who want to destroy any hope for Arab democracy

Since the Arab uprisings of 2011, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have used their considerable resources to promote authoritarian governments run by military strongmen in the region.

Egyptian court orders Jazeera journalist’s release

Egyptian court orders Jazeera journalist’s release

A court in Egypt has ordered the release of Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein from prison after more than 880 days of detention.

Gaza-Israel border falls quiet as ceasefire takes hold

Gaza-Israel border falls quiet as ceasefire takes hold

A surge in deadly violence in the Gaza Strip and southern Israel petered out overnight with Palestinian officials reporting that Egypt had mediated a ceasefire on Monday ending the most serious spate of cross-border clashes for months.

Sudan says Egyptian Red Sea oil and gas blocks are on its territory

Sudan says Egyptian Red Sea oil and gas blocks are on its territory

Sudan considers oil and gas exploration blocks offered by Egypt in the Red Sea's Halayeb area as a direct intrusion into Sudanese territory, Saad al-Deen Hussein al-Bishri, minister of state at Khartoum's oil ministry, was cited as saying.

Dozens killed and injured in crash and fire at Cairo train station

Dozens killed and injured in crash and fire at Cairo train station

At least 25 people were killed and 50 injured when a locomotive smashed into a barrier at Cairo's main train station on Wednesday, causing an explosion and a fire, state television and witnesses said.

UN warns of locust surge on both sides of Red Sea

UN warns of locust surge on both sides of Red Sea

A locust outbreak in Sudan and Eritrea is spreading rapidly along both sides of the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia and Egypt, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization said on Friday, flagging a possible threat to crops and food security.