The sheikh of Al-Azhar will give the Coptic Orthodox leader his best wishes for the upcoming religious festival.
Muslim Brotherhood and other groups call off planned Friday rally against Mubarak-era judiciary to allow for 'rational' discussion of judicial authority law.
Editorial team says censorship — not financial woes — is reason for Al-Masry Al-Youm management's decision to close newspaper.
'There is a sense of marginalisation and rejection, which we can call social isolation,' Egypt's Pope Tawadros II says in an interview with Reuters.
Elections for a new head of Al-Azhar University come after 500 students were hospitalised for food poisoning earlier this month.
Following months of groundwork, Egyptian Democratic Labour Congress officially launches, bringing together 300 independent trade unions from across the country.
Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim on Wednesday visited Pope Tawadros II in Abbasseya to offer his condolences for the victims of the Khosous clashes.
A discussion of the recent controversy surrounding the judiciary in Egypt and debates the Muslim Brotherhood's motives.
A fact-finding mission tasked with investigating the attack on St. Marks' Coptic Orthodox Cathedral has not identified any of the perpetrators as yet.
Carmen Weinstein, Egypt’s Jewish Iron Lady, is remembered with much admiration by those who knew her.