Sisi urges Egyptians to vote, denies excluding rivals
President to run against sole candidate whose half-hearted campaign poses no threat after more heavyweight rivals are sidelined or detained.
Cairo voters show unwavering support for native son Sisi
36 jihadists killed in Egypt’s Sinai
Egypt tries to contain Sudan but challenges, suspicions remain
UK tries to soothe Egyptian anger over mob attack death
No room for debate in Egyptian elections
Egypt expects tourism upsurge ahead of vote
Qatar’s BeIN media slams Egypt court fine
Egypt debates bill to toughen penalties on artefact theft, smuggling
Adapting to water shortages, Egypt reduces rice cultivation
Church licensing still a prickly issue in Egypt
Egyptian sumo wrestler 'asked to quit' after causing accident
In Egypt, calls grow for boycott of Turkish goods
Detained Egypt TV host released on bail
Egypt state TV presenter held for 'defaming police'
Riyadh, Cairo to activate $16 billion investment fund
4 soldiers, 10 jihadists killed in Egypt Sinai
Egypt court voids rulings on Saudi island transfer
Media under official scrutiny ahead of Egypt poll
Omar Amin’s ‘Vanished Library’ that goes on giving
Saudi Crown Prince to visit Egypt
Egypt president says 'defaming' army is treasonous
At least 10 dead in Egypt train collision
Egypt’s prosecutor wants action against ‘false news’ media outlets
Egyptians facing economic woes not seeing fruit of reforms
Cairo optimistic about Israel gas deal but Egyptians wary
Egypt presidential race starts with Sisi likely to win
Egypt sentences 21 to death for planning attacks
Blockaded Gaza Strip forced to pump sewage into sea
Egyptian court adds leading government critic on terror list
Cairo sheds Ottoman-era street names amid Egypt-Turkey crisis
Maghreb countries wary about jihadists relocating from Iraq, Syria
Israel’s gas contract with Egypt: deal or no deal?
Israel strikes 'historic' gas contract with Egypt
Three Egyptian soldiers killed in Sinai
Egypt arrests ex-presidential candidate
Egypt remands in custody former anti-corruption chief
Egypt arrests aide to sidelined presidential candidate
Rights groups say Egypt presidential poll ‘neither free nor fair’
10 militants killed in Egypt army operation in Sinai
Arab women artists in diaspora focus on identity and loss
There is a sense of melancholy in the work of Arab women artists in the diaspora.
Mohamed Salah, a football player with impact beyond stadiums
Salah has become one of the most prominent Arab and Muslim representatives in Europe.
Suleman’s ‘The Fabric of Life’ showcases social history of textile in the Middle East
Suleman has raised the status of textiles, which she says have been underrated.
All-female vocalists band seeks to revive Egypt’s art of monologue
Funding is one of the biggest challenges Bahgaga faces.
Egypt unveils tomb of ancient priestess
Tomb on Giza plateaufrom Old Kingdom's Fifth Dynasty (2465-2323 BC) was built for Hetpet, priestess to Hathor the goddess of fertility.
Bab al-Wazir, an authentic testimony to Cairo’s unique Islamic heritage
The alleyways, the homes, the buildings and the names of places have remained the same since they were constructed.
Egypt prepares for return of Russian tourists
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on January 4 for the resumption of flights between Moscow and Cairo.
Dervish troupe preserves Sufi tradition in Egypt
The rite of dance, chant of Sufi poems and music help the Mawlawis get closer to God.
Historic Cairo bookshop struggles to cope with changing times
When it opened its doors in 1928, Cairo’s Anglo-Egyptian Bookshop was the first of its kind in the whole Arab region.
Arab craft glitters through generations in Columbia
Arab tradition of crafting fine jewellery taught to Spaniards which took it to isolated Mompox where generations of goldsmiths maintain ancient method.
Egypt's wheat supply bears the brunt of angry inspectors
Traders say ban on expenses-paid foreign trips has backfired as inspectors are now rejecting cargoes at Egyptian ports on arbitrary, unpredictable grounds.