A top court acquitted Mubarak of involvement in the killing of protesters during the popular revolt
Rights groups accuse President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of cracking down on freedoms won during the revolt
Sisi backed away from his aviation minister's claim that terrorism was the more likely of the crash, saying; "All the theories are possible"
After earlier false claims, Egypt miliary confirms wreckage of EgyptAir plane now found in Mediterranean
A body part, seats and luggage were among the objects discovered, according to Greece's defence minister
In October, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for bombing a Russian airliner in the Sinai, killing all 224 people on board
Egypt general-turned-president has his critics in the West over his handling of human rights--but they are now prepared to look the other side.
Egypt's Sisi ignores criticism, touts economic achievements -roads and increase in electricity production
Egyptian leader also spoke about plans to build factories in Sinai to shore up the economy of the impoverished peninsula
Transport costs are 100% higher in Africa and other things are tough, but these countries are going beyond the talk to their fortunes
A court this month sentenced a policeman to life in prison for shooting dead a taxi driver over a fare dispute.
If "Egypt falls, you do not know what will happen to the region and the whole European world," Sisi warned
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King Salman and Sisi signed multi-billion-dollar deals that included a plan to build a bridge over the Red Sea connecting Saudi Arabia and Egypt
Some reports said hijacker wanted to talk to his estranged Cypriot wife, while others said he was seeking the release of female prisoners in Egypt
UPDATED: New blow to Sisi as Egypt Air flight from Alexandria to Cairo hijacked; foreigners detained
Lone hijacker detains foreign nationals after talks, the flag carrier said in what would further hurt country's tourism industry.
Egypt allowed the biggest one-time depreciation of the pound since 2003, as Nigeria doubled down on capital controls to shore up the naira
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“Before the Turks, we [Egyptians] were here. Before Islam, we were here; before the Romans, Greeks and everyone, there was a country called Egypt.”
He had previously dismissed as "propaganda" a claim by the Islamic State (IS) that it downed the airliner on October 31, a line backed by state media.
Egypt’s investment in the rest of Africa now exceeds $8bn, and the volume of trade has increased by $5bn over past five years
Despite their growth, African economies still account for about only two percent of global trade
‘There is definitely an overreaction to the plane crash, and it is devastating.’