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Train driver's negligence caused deadly Egypt crash, prosecutors say
Prosecutors allege the driver and his assistant were not in the train's cabin when it collided with another passenger train in Egypt last month.
Egypt stages 'Golden parade of Pharaohs' to lure tourists back
For more than a century they have lain quietly in Cairo's Egyptian museum, but on Saturday 18 mummies were paraded magnificently through the streets.
More than 200 ships are now waiting to get through the Suez Canal
Experts warn that moving the Ever Given could take over a week.
Italian president demands response from Egypt over Giulio Regeni death
On the fifth anniversary of the 28-year-old student's disappearance, Italian President Sergio Mattarella said he is expecting "full cooperation" from Cairo.
Egypt discovers 2,500-year-old tomb containing at least 100 mummies
It the latest in a series of discoveries in the same area of the country south of the capital, Cairo.
Violinist serenades neighbours from balcony amid coronavirus lockdown
Meet the Egyptian who decided to try and lift spirits in his Cairo neighbourhood by serenading neighbours with his violin.
British Airways cancels all flights to Cairo due to security concerns
British Airways cancels all flights to Egyptian capital after the UK Foreign Office updates its travel guidance to warn of threat to aviation
Ramadan unites Christians and Muslims in Egypt
A group of Muslims and Christians have come together in Egypt to give their time to help the needy of society.
Pigeon keepers display exotic breeds at Egypt show
With puffed chests and ruffled feathers, some of the rarest and fanciest pigeons in Egypt are gathered at an event in Cairo.
Egypt's El-Sisi inaugurates new cathedral ahead of Coptic Christmas
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi inaugurated Egypt's largest church on Sunday on the eve of Coptic Christmas, sending a message of tolerance and unity in the predominantly Muslim country.
Arab League demands inquiry into Israeli 'crimes'
A meeting of the Arab League has demanded an international probe into what it denounced as “crimes” by Israeli forces on the country's border with Gaza.
US Vice President Mike Pence visits Middle East
Mr Pence's trip to Egypt, the first leg of a Middle East tour, was marred by continuing anger over the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital last month.
Unseen artefacts from Tutankhamun's tomb go on display
For the first time 55 pieces of previously unseen Egyptian artefacts found inside King Tutankhamun's tomb have gone on display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
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Ancient tomb discovery in Egypt adds to treasure trove in Luxor
Grave dating back three millenia contains statues, jeweller, and mummies in find that could rekindle Egypt's tourism industry.
Pope Francis urges unity against fanaticism
On his first visit to Egypt, Pope Francis sent a message of peace and tolerance.
Egyptians mark beginning of Spring with Sham el-Nessim celebrations
Egyptians have headed to parks, beaches and the Nile to celebrate Sham el-Nessim which marks the beginning of Spring.
Ancient Egyptian statue not Ramses II but Psamtek I
Egyptian statue not Ramses II, but King Psamtek I
Egyptian who is world's heaviest woman loses 100kg in 3 weeks
She was admitted to the Indian hospital in February after a Mumbai-based surgeon, Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, raised funds to have her flown over for treatment.
Western Europe rings in 2017
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Cairo cathedral blast 'a suicide bomb'
The explosion in the Coptic cathedral in Cairo that killed at least 24 people on Sunday was caused by a suicide bomber rather than a planted device, according to Egyptian president Abdel Fattah…
Cairo attack: 25 dead, dozens wounded in Coptic cathedral bombing
A bombing at Cairo’s largest Coptic cathedral has killed at least 25 people and wounded nearly 50 others.
Explosion near Cairo's Coptic Cathedral kills dozens
An explosion near Cairo’s Coptic cathedral has killed at least 25 people and more than 30 injured, the country’s health ministry has said.
Cairo bombing: Hasm movement claims responsibility for attack that killed six policemen
Six policemen have been killed and three wounded after a roadside bomb exploded near a security checkpoint in Cairo.
Washington could take part in EgyptAir investigation
Washington has yet to indicate whether it will take part in the investigation into the apparent crash of EgyptAir Flight MS804 which went missing over the Mediterranean south of Greece earlier on…
Terrorism likely cause of air crash in Egypt which kills 66
The Americans are talking about a bomb, and Egypt’s Aviation minister thinks terrorism is the likely cause, but what is clear is 66 people have died in the crash of an Airbus in the waters off…