Egyptian MPs want sanctions for MP who met IsraeliGroup of Egyptian parliamentarians ask that MP who met Israel's Ambassador to Egypt be sanctioned.
Egypt: Christian boys jailed for 'insulting Islam'Judge hands down tough sentences to four young Coptic Christians for a video which they say was just meant to mock ISIS.
Egyptian schools to teach peace deal with IsraelPresident Sisi's administration enacts overhaul of national curriculum, scrubs out Muslim Brotherhood influence.
Egypt seals off Gaza border after brief openingThree-day opening comes to an end, as Egypt reimposes blockade on Fatah crossing.
Report: A-Sisi said Netanyahu has 'great powers'Egyptian president reportedly said Netanyahu can 'advance the region and the world,' in meeting with US Jewish leaders.
Cairo source: Italian killed in extreme tortureEgypt keeps report under wraps, but source reveals student took severe abuse including having sexual organ electrocuted. Did police do it?
Egyptian President meets American Jewish leadersPresident Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi has productive discussion with the leaders of the Conference of Presidents.
Hamas denies Gaza treating ISIS terroristsIDF general declares Hamas smuggling ISIS terrorists from Egypt into Gaza for medical treatment - a charge Hamas immediately denies.
Egyptian army finds rigged terror tunnelTunnel found in northern Sinai in which terrorists hid with explosives, arms and Egyptian army uniforms, in apparent Hamas plot.
Israeli hiker finds ancient Egyptian sealHiker on family outing in the Galilee discovers rare Egyptian artifact.
Egyptian cartoonist arrested in CairoEgyptian cartoonist Islam Gaweesh to be charged with running an illegal website. His cartoons were at times critical of the government.
Museum workers to court over King Tut mishap8 museum workers in Egypt charged with negligence for mishap involving beard of King Tut's mask.
Egyptian ambassador meets Foreign Ministry chiefForeign Ministry Director General Dr. Dore Gold meets Egypt's new ambassador to Israel, as relations between the countries improve.
Egypt thwarts ISIS attack in SinaiEgyptian air force bombs suspected terror targets after receiving information that they were planning to carry out an attack.
Brotherhood member arrested in attack on touristsSenior member of the Muslim Brotherhood and his sons arrested on suspicion of involvement in attack on the Three Pyramids Hotel.
Egypt's parliament meets, elects new speakerEgypt's parliament meets for the first time since 2012, when an Islamist-led parliament was dissolved.
Tourists wounded in attack on Egyptian hotelGunmen arrive by sea at hotel in Egypt's Hurghada, open fire and kill two tourists.
Egypt urges Israel not to normalize with TurkeySources reveal Cairo has been worriedly asking for clarification over reports that Israel will lift Gaza blockade, let Turkey into Gaza.
Israelis among tourists targeted in Cairo shootingMasked gunmen flee scene after opening fire on tourists boarding a bus outside a hotel in the Egyptian capital; attack said to be criminal.
Egypt reinstates ambassador in IsraelAfter a three year hiatus, Sisi undoes Morsi's protest over operation Pillar of Defense.
Egyptian parliament to convene January 10Egyptian President calls for parliament to convene in January following recent legislative election.
Egyptian Air Force jets enter Gaza airspaceEgpytian Air Force jets bombed ISIS targets near the Egyptian town of Rafah and veered into Gaza.
Egypt jails Muslim scholar backing Islamic reformMuslim scholar gets 1 year in jail for warning Islam is moving 'far backwards,' with influential Islamic center claiming he 'insulted.'
Gazans take anger over man's death to social mediaPalestinians on social media outraged over the death of a naked man who was shot as he crossed from Gaza into Egypt.
Egypt to receive more submarines and satellitesEgypt will get two submarines from Germany, and is well on its way towards buying two satellites from France.
Egypt guns down mentally ill Palestinian on beachWorld silent, Gazans furious as Egyptian troops caught on video shooting naked man repeatedly as he swam over border, instead of arresting.
Egypt rejects $257M natural gas deal with IsraelCairo bans Egyptian companies from utilizing or discussing landmark deal to make Israel a 'natural gas superpower' in the Middle East.
Egypt: 'No evidence of terrorism' in Metrojet caseCairo denies terrorist links, despite black box evidence and British intelligence expose blaming jihadist bombers.
Gaza: 14 killed as Egypt floods smuggling tunnelsAs Gazans continue to rail against Israeli "siege," Egypt floods Gazan tunnel, leaving 14 dead.
Egypt finds Gaza's first iron attack tunnelAs part of buffer zone flooding project, first of estimated 17 expensive Hamas tunnels funded by Qatar unearthed in Gaza.
Coptic Pope makes historic visit to IsraelTawadros II becomes first Coptic Pope in decades to visit Jerusalem, for senior cleric's funeral; Church plays down political significance.
Will Israel benefit from Russia's Turkey boycott?With previously popular tourism hotspots Egypt and Turkey now ruled out Russian holidaymakers seek other options.
TV host, historian: burning Jews the solutionNews host and Islamic history professor agree genocide the 'only solution' to the Jews, joke about selling Jews into slavery.
Special exhibit to show Jewish texts, oldest BibleBritish Museum to display 200 objects from Egypt's religious communities - including 11th-century texts from a Cairo synagogue.
Egyptian Salafi politician shot dead in the SinaiEgypt's leading Islamist party says gunmen on a motorcycle kill their party's secretary.
Iran Claims Houthis Destroy Arab WarshipIf true, claim suggests pro-Iranian rebels in Yemen have their hands on sophisticated anti-ship missiles, presenting a game-changing threat.
Egyptian Playwright: Israel is Not an EnemyDays before his death, renowned playwright and political critic Ali Salem calls to embrace peace with Israel, 'the ancient Hebrew people.'
Egyptians See Israel as 'Most Hostile Country'What peace treaty? Poll of Egyptians shows Israel still viewed with enmity - followed by US and Iran. Saudi Arabia viewed most positively.
Rare Byzantine-Era Mosaic Found and RestoredThe unique 1,500-year-old mosaic served as the floor of a church and will be displayed in Kiryat Gat.
Professor: Martyrdom Over Holy Sites Not MuslimJurisprudence expert laments calls to die for Arab control over Temple Mount as political twisting of religion.
Sisi: Expand Peace with Israel to More CountriesIn call for Mideast unity, Egypt's President argues resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could 'change the face of the region.'
Sisi: Security Measures Not Harming PalestiniansEgyptian President says security measures taken by his country along the border with Gaza were coordinated with the Palestinian Authority.
ISIS Kills Two Egyptian Soldiers in SinaiEgyptian interior ministry says 2 soldiers killed, 16 wounded by roadside bomb. Local ISIS branch takes responsibility.
Egyptian Blogger Praises Israel from HidingSherif Gaber, in hiding from Egyptian police, creates a paean to Israel that puts Israeli hasbarah to shame.
Hamas Threatens Egypt Over Gaza 'Moat'Haniyeh lashes out at Egyptian project to create water border barrier, warning 'we will do our duty against those besieging Gaza.'
Egypt Claims it Killed 500 Terrorists in 16 DaysEgyptian army says first phase of major counter-terrorism op. in Sinai Peninsula completed, as Cairo struggles to put down ISIS insurgency.
HRW: Egypt Harming Thousands in the SinaiHuman rights organization warns that Egypt’s military campaign against insurgents in northern Sinai is harming thousands of civilians.
Egypt Floods Hamas Terror TunnelsCairo makes good on threats to convert smuggling tunnels into fish farms in latest in crackdown on terror.
Egypt's Sisi Swears In New GovernmentEgyptian President swears in a new government, one week after the previous one resigned over corruption.
Sisi Slams Israel for 'Violating' Al-Aqsa MosqueIgnoring Islamist violence or Abbas's incitement, Egyptian president attacks Israel and warns of 'consequences for peace.'
Will Islam's Holiest Site be Taken From Saudis?Egyptian leaders say Saudis failing Hajj pilgrimage after crane fall, indicating possible division of authority among Muslim states.
Jordan Blasts Israel for 'Attack' on Temple MountJordan and Egypt condemn Jewish state for 'provocations' and 'escalation' in their defense against Arab rioters on Temple Mount.
Egypt Reaffirms Death Sentences for ISIS MembersCourt in Egypt ratifies death sentences for 12 people convicted of planning attacks for ISIS.
Egyptian Government Quits Over Corruption ScandalPresident al-Sisi instructs oil minister to build new cabinet, only a month before parliamentary elections begin.
Israeli Embassy Reopens in CairoFour years after mob raids the premises, Israeli flag raised once again at the embassy in the Egyptian capital.
Egypt to Open Rafah Crossing for Three DaysEgyptian authorities to open Rafah border crossing starting Monday to allow Gazans to leave for pilgrimage to Mecca.
Egyptian Gas Could Be Plus for Israel, Says ProfThe discovery of a large gas field in Egyptian waters does not mean “the end of the Israeli gas industry,” says Professor Idit Avrahami.