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11 February 2017 11:12

  A leaked phone recording has revealed that Egypt sought support from Israel before signing a deal with Saudi Arabia on handing over two of its strategic Red Sea islands to the Arab kingdom, a contentious decision that sparked widespread public outrage in the North African country. Late on Friday, Egyptian opposition TV channel Mekameleen broadcast an undated telephone conversation between Egyptian Foreign Minister...

10 February 2017 9:39

  The Egyptian authorities decided to open the Rafah border crossing on Saturday for the travel of passengers for three days. The interior ministry’s crossing and border authority in Gaza said on Thursday that it was officially informed of Egypt’s intention to open the crossing in both directions from Saturday to Monday. Some lists of passengers were published on the website of the...

5 February 2017 13:59

  Egypt says the assailant in a recent terrorist attack near the Louvre Museum in the French capital of Paris is an Egyptian-born. The attacker was identified as 28-year-old Abdullah Reda Refaie al-Hamahmy, an Interior Ministry official told The Associated Press on Saturday. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the suspect had no political and criminal record. Hamahmy, on Friday, attacked...

21 January 2017 12:54

  A senior Egyptian legislator disclosed that Qatar, Turkey and Israel are supporting the terrorist groups and their operations in the Sinai Peninsula and other parts of Egypt. "The terrorist groups are mercenaries backed by the world powers and the reactionary regimes and the latter group uses the terrorists to implement its destructive plots," Hatam Abdolhamid told FNA on Saturday. Noting that Qatar,...

18 January 2017 20:52

  Egyptian authorities have added the name of a former football legend to the country's controversial so-called terror list. Mohamed Aboutrika is a four-time African Footballer of the Year and court officials announced the blacklisting on Wednesday. Aboutrika is one of Egypt's all-time greatest athletes. He is accused of having links to the Muslim Brotherhood, the country's largest political party, which is currently...

16 January 2017 13:59

  A top court in Egypt has upheld a ruling against the government’s decision to hand over two strategic Red Sea islands to the Saudi regime under a controversial deal, which has sparked public outrage. On Monday, the Supreme Administrative Court ruled against an appeal by President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi’s government and said the islands of Tiran and Sanafir are Egyptian and should...

9 January 2017 16:33

  At least 13 Egyptian security forces have been killed in a multipronged militant attack on a checkpoint in the city of el-Arish, the provincial capital and the largest city of Egypt’s troubled North Sinai. According to reports, officers were among those killed in the attack, which also left more than a dozen people injured. Some reports quoted security and tribal sources as...

5 January 2017 13:34

  Egyptian prosecutors have sentenced 12 people to four day in prison after they staged a protest against the controversial transfer of Egypt’s two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. The protesters were arrested on Monday during a demonstration in central Cairo against the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi Arabia. The 12 are accused of holding a protest without informing...

3 January 2017 11:22

  Zionist-puppet Egyptian forces declared on Monday the destruction of 12 new tunnels at the borders with Gaza during the period from 18th – 28th December 2016. The army spokesman, Colonel Tamer al-Rifai, said in a statement on his Facebook page that the border guards managed to destroy 12 tunnels on the borderline in North Sinai province. In mid-September 2015, the Egyptian army began...

2 January 2017 22:04

  Egyptian military forces have demolished a dozen tunnels between the country's Sinai Peninsula and the Palestinian Gaza Strip, which have been used by Gazans to bring basic needs into the blockaded territory. Colonel Tamer al-Rifai, an Egyptian army spokesman, announced in a statement on Monday that government forces had found and destroyed the underground tunnels along the border with the impoverished enclave. He did not...

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