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Abdel Fattah el-Sisi sworn in for 2nd term as Egyptian president
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has been sworn in as Egyptian president for a second four-year term in office as the North African country has hard time dealing with major economic and security challenges.
Last chariot of Egyptian King Tut moved to new museum
Egypt moved the sixth and last chariot of famed pharaoh Tutankhamun to the boy king's vast collection of items in an under-construction museum near the pyramids in Giza.
Egyptian court sentences former anti-corruption chief to 5 years in prison
A military court in Egypt has sentenced Hisham Geneina, the former head of the Central Auditing Authority, to five years in prison for allegedly spreading false news that purportedly harmed the Egyptian Armed Forces and the African country’s domestic affairs.
Egyptian authorities open Rafah border crossing for three days
Egypt has allowed the opening of the Rafah crossing with the Israeli-besieged Gaza Strip for three days after several weeks of closure, Palestinian authorities say.
Two dead as car bomb explodes in Egyptian city of Alexandria
A car bomb has rocked the coastal Egyptian city of Alexandria, reportedly killing two people and injuring at least four others. The attack comes just two days before Egypt’s presidential election.
Oldest tattoo found on Egyptian mummies
Researchers have discovered the oldest figurative tattoos in the world on two 5,000-year-old mummies from Egypt.
Egyptian opposition figures call for boycott of presidential vote
Five opposition figures, including a 2012 presidential candidate and two top campaign aides for now-arrested presidential hopeful Sami Annan, called on Sunday for a boycott of the March vote, saying it has lost all credibility.
3,500-year-old child burials unearthed at ancient Egyptian work site
A team of archaeologists in Egypt unearthed four ancient child graves at Gebel el-Silsila, the site of a former Egyptian quarry that dates back 3,500 years. The finding provides new insights on what life may have been like at this ancient work site.
Egyptian forces kill 11 suspected terrorists near Sinai
Egyptian security forces killed 11 suspected terrorists in a shootout near the Sinai, the Interior Ministry said on Tuesday, just days after more than 300 people were killed in an attack on a mosque in North Sinai.
Egypt hunts for killers after mosque attack leaves at least 235 dead
The Egyptian military kicked off a hunt for the attackers of a Sufi mosque in the northern Sinai, a military source said, combing the area of Friday's assault that killed at least 235 people — thought to be the deadliest terror attack on the country's soil.
IMF gives $2b 'stamp of approval' for Egypt's economic reforms
The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) agreement to provide $2 billion to Egypt as part of a three-year $12 billion loan agreement is a stamp of approval of economic reforms being pushed through under the terms of the deal, commentators said.
Ink from ancient Egyptian papyri contains copper
Until recently, it was assumed that the ink used for writing was primarily carbon-based at least until the fourth and fifth centuries AD. But in a new University of Copenhagen study, analyses of 2,000-year-old papyri fragments with X-ray microscopy showed that black ink used by Egyptian scribes also contained copper — an element previously not identified in ancient ink.
Two Egyptian soldiers, five militants killed in Sinai clashes
Egypt’s military says two soldiers and five militants were killed in clashes that erupted after armed men tried to attack a security checkpoint in Sinai province.
Egyptian court upholds 12 death sentences, 157 life terms over Matay case
An Egyptian court has upheld a dozen death sentences and 157 life terms for members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood over alleged crimes relating to the storming of a police station some four years ago.
Four Egyptian security forces killed in Sinai attacks
Four security forces have been killed in two separate attacks by militants in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula.

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