Fifteen thousand Egyptian and Arab citizens will rally Thursday in Manhattan to show solidarity with President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi during his visit to attend the U.N. General Assembly. A number of politicians and public figures will travel there as well.
Four thousand areas allocated for Eid al-Adha prayer nationwide, Tahrir Square excluded.
Alleged terrorists fire mortars on security camp in Arish.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi Friday called for a meeting with youth representing different political parties to encourage their participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Tripartite expert committee on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam starts Saturday.
U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice to meet with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry.
The Ministry of Interior submitted a report to President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab suggesting making no amendments to the 2013 Protest Law. The report warned that amendments could “open the door” for people who want to incite riots and lead to non-stop protests.
The United Arab Emirates discusses purchasing Egyptian bonds to repay Qatari debts.
U.N. High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton will be in Cairo in mid-October.
Calls for Sisi to establish a maritime transportation ministry.
Pyramid of Djoser restorations conducted by El-Shourbagy Co. may cause it to be removed from the UNESCO World Heritage list, according to a report conducted by four inspectors.
Interior Minister Ibrahim Mahlab: parliamentary election constituencies to be determined soon.
Libyan parliament spokesperson: Central bank governor fired over delivering Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood $2 billion.
Twelve tunnels instead of six will be established under the new Suez Canal passage as part of a plan to end Sinai isolation.
Salafi sheikhs call for joining Nour Party.
Sisi will give Arab leaders’ speech at U.N. Climate Summit.