- Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab says the parliamentary constituencies law will be presented to the Cabinet Wednesday.
- Cairo International Film Festival launches Sunday.
- Private newspaper editors-in-chief meet to discuss establishment of “chamber of journalism industry.”
North Sinai governor: outline for major industrial projects to be announced soon.
- Over 60 fishermen released by Yemeni authorities will return to Egypt Tuesday.
- Luxor International Film Festival kicks off for the first time with the participation of 10 Arab states, and will last until Nov. 12.
Security checkpoints increased to guarantee traffic safety, yet driver violations continue.
- Palestinian activists pierce Israeli West Bank barrier on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
- Egypt’s Economic Summit of 2015 postponed to March.
- Egypt expresses to Israel concerns over the situation at Al-Aqsa Mosque.
- Fiscal Year 2013/2014 report: total deficit represents 12.8 percent of GDP in comparison to 13.7 percent last year.
Nov. 10 marks the deadline given by the Ministry of Social Solidarity for unregistered NGOs to fix legal situation.
- The newly appointed presidential advisor for security and terrorism affairs, Ahmed Gamal el-Din, said he has started looking for the Ministry of Interior’s “Muslim Brotherhood agents.”
Court sentences nephew of former president Mohamed Morsi to life in prison for the alleged attempted murder of a college student who refused to participate in protests.
- A 17-year-old boy was sentenced to six months in prison for sexually harassing a member of El-Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence.
- Army: 11 days of security efforts in North Sinai result in the deaths of 19 “takfiri elements” and the arrest of 200 more.