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Former President Hosni Mubarak has died at the age of ninety-one. Mubarak was Egypt’s longest-serving president, ruling from 1981 until 2011 when he was ousted following a mass uprising against his rule.
Egypt’s presidency has announced three days of nationwide mourning, beginning on Wednesday, following the death of former President Hosni Mubarak at the age of ninety-one.
Ahram Online presents a timeline of the major milestones in the life of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, covering his rise to power in the 1980s up to the aftermath of the 2011 uprising that deposed the longtime autocrat.
Eight men sentenced to death by an Alexandria military court in October 2018 for their alleged involvement in deadly attacks on churches in Cairo, Tanta and Alexandria were executed on Monday, according to lawyer Osama Bayoumi.
Egypt's parliament finally voted on Monday in favour of amendments to six laws covering security and economic activities, including amendments to the law on terrorist entities (8/2018) and the law on anti-terrorism (94/2015).
Egypt’s parliament approved on Tuesday amendments to Counter Terrorism Law 94/2015 and Law 8/2015 regulating designated terrorist and terrorism lists, in a final vote.
Al-Azhar cleric Abdullah Rushdy has been suspended from his duties pending an investigation into an inflammatory post he made on social media believed to have been targeting renowned Egyptian Christian cardiologist Magdi Yacoub.
Egypt's House of Representatives approved in principle on Sunday new government-drafted amendments to the Prisons Regulation Law (396/1956).
Egypt's top appeals court, the Court of Cassation, upheld on Sunday a ten-year jail sentence against the former head of the country's Customs Authority over bribery charges.
Egypt's Court of Cassation upheld a life sentence against a former Alexandria-based judge in a bribery case.
Egyptian prosecutors have renewed the detention for another fifteen days of researcher Patrick George Zaki, who was arrested earlier this month over charges including "broadcasting false news."
The House's schedule of debate shows that laws aimed at regulating the release of prisoners convicted for organising illegal public gatherings, terrorism, drug trafficking, and money laundering will be discussed this week.
The Cairo Criminal Court acquitted Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, the sons of ousted president Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, and others, in the case known in the media as "manipulating the stock exchange" on Saturday.
A Court criminal court has reversed an earlier order to release political activist Alaa Abdel-Fattah and human rights lawyer Mohamed El-Baqar, both of whom are in detention pending investigation into a number of charges, according to rights lawyer Mohamed Hafez and Abdel-Fattah's family.
The Supreme Media Regulatory Council (SMRC) on Monday issued the executive regulations for the new media law, a full year and a half after the law was enacted.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry travelled to Washington on Tuesday to participate in US-sponsored ministerial-level meetings with Ethiopia and Sudan on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), as the three countries aim to seal a deal on the controversial dam by the end of the month.
Egyptian and French naval forces carried out on Monday a military drill in the Mediterranean Sea.
Egypt's public domestic debt plunged to 66.7 percent during the first quarter of 2019/2020, registering its lowest level in ten years, an info-graph prepared by the cabinet's media center showed on Sunday.
Egypt’s economy grew by 5.6 percent in the six months to December, a government statement said on Wednesday.
The central bank held its overnight deposit rate at 13.25 percent and its overnight lending rate at 12.25 percent, a bank statement said.
Egyptian authorities have arrested seventeen people in one of the country's largest money laundering cases, the interior ministry said on Thursday.
Three people were killed in a partial building collapse in a working-class Cairo district on Thursday, the Cairo governorate said in a statement.
Hesham Sallam considers the legacy of Mubarak in light of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, the current regime of Abdel Fattah El-Sissi, and how the political establishment is reacting to news of his death.
The article examines Egypt stock exchange’s effort to boost investment through advertisement.
Mada Masr reports on the division over Mubarak’s legacy and the legality of holding a military funeral for him under the Egyptian law.
The article discusses the amendments to the terrorism law suggested by the parliament.
The article examines Hosni Mubarak’s rule.