Special coverage on commemoration of October War.
- Political and military experts refuse to ignore the role of Hosni Mubarak in the October War.
- Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Turkey offered financial support by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
- Detained activist Ahmed Doma refuses treatment at public hospital, demands transfer to private hospital at his own expense.
Muslim Brotherhood threatens Central Security Forces on National Day.
- Parents complain over Ministry of Education delay in announcing fees for private schools.
- Interior Ministry claims no sexual harassment cases occurred during Eid al-Adha celebrations, despite the fact a man reportedly died saving a girl from being attacked.
At least 10,000 pages of Israeli documents on the October War have been released. The documents reveal Israeli intelligence services ignored warnings about Egypt’s attack, including a U.S. attempt to warn Israel on Sept. 13, 1973.
- Minister of Antiquities Mamdouh el-Damaty under investigation by UNESCO over corruption allegations concerning Sakkara Pyramid restoration.
- The Ministry of Irrigation says Egypt will announce its final stance on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam after recommendations by experts in March 2015.
- Another proposal for redrawing the borders of some governorates suggests the establishment of a new “central Sinai.”
Al-Ahram has dedicated a special extra edition for stories on the October War.
- Military parades and public celebrations of National Day.
- Suez Canal Authority head Ehab Mamish says “New Suez Canal” project will attract “considerable” international investment.
- Egypt prepares to run in elections to select a North African country for temporary membership in the U.N. Security Council.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will inaugurate Gaza Donor Conference on Oct. 12.
- Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab makes a surprise visit to a hospital, discovers it has no nurses.
- In interviews with soldiers injured in the October War, they say war was a must to achieve peace.