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A truck carrying petrol in northern Egypt has crashed into a mini-bus and exploded into a ball of fire killing at least 13 people.
Egyptian authorities have recovered a pharaonic statue looted from a museum that was ransacked during unrest touched off by the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi this summer.
An Egyptian court has acquitted 155 people arrested during deadly clashes in the capital between Islamist protesters and police in October.
Popular Egyptian satirist says he’ll take the military and the government at their word that they are not behind the decision to take his weekly television programme off air.
Sudan and Ethiopia are set to inaugurate a cross-border electricity link which an analyst says aims to strengthen Khartoum-Addis Ababa ties as tensions persist with Egypt over a giant dam.
Pieces that belonged to Egypt's ancient celebrities like Cleopatra now victims of political turmoil.
Investigators in Egypt are looking into possibly putting deposed Islamist president Mohammed Morsi on trial for his links to jihadis.
Libya has deported 360 Egyptians who arrived on two flights with forged visas, a report says.
Germany's foreign office says a German-Egyptian novelist who disappeared in Cairo a few days ago has resurfaced.
Egyptian security forces have arrested a prominent political activist over inciting a demonstration in defiance of a new law heavily restricting protests in the country.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 21 women, seven of them still teenagers, to lengthy jail sentences for holding a pro-Morsi protest.
Egypt’s new constitution is still in the drafting stage but has already disappointed rights groups and activists who had hoped it would curb the military’s wide-ranging powers.
An Egyptian prosecutor has ordered the arrest of two prominent activists for inciting protests, a source in the prosecutor’s office says.
A Bahraini activist has been barred from entering Egypt after interrogation.
An Egyptian military officer says the army has killed a leading al-Qaeda-inspired militant and his son in clashes in the northern Sinai Peninsula.
Egyptian prosecutors have questioned a former lawmaker close to the Muslim Brotherhood over claims he incited protesters to torture an alleged government agent.
Egypt’s ousted dictator Hosni Mubarak and his sons will face a new trial for using state funds to acquire personal property, judicial sources say.
Egypt’s interim president has banned public gatherings of more than 10 people without prior government approval in a bid to stifle the near-constant protests roiling the country.
Egypt's interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi says he expects a referendum on the constitution now being drafted to take place in January, not next month as previously expected.
Egypt’s interim rulers have given police the power to enter university campuses to quell protests without seeking prior permission, after a student was killed in clashes.
A student has been shot dead in clashes between supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi and security at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, a report says.
Egyptian riot police backed by armoured vehicles have stormed Cairo’s Tahrir Square to disperse stone-throwing protesters, firing tear gas and shots to scatter the demonstrators, a report says.
At least 10 soldiers have been killed and 35 others wounded as a car bomb targeted an Egyptian army convoy exploded in the Sinai.
Fifteen women and seven girls who back Egypt's ousted president Mohammed Morsi will stand trial for participating in clashes in Alexandria.
At least 1 000 people have marched in Cairo’s Tahrir Square to condemn the actions of Egyptian security forces and some voiced rare criticism of the army chief, ahead of planned mass protests.
Unknown assailants have damaged the foundation in Cairo’s famed Tahrir square for a future memorial dedicated to protesters killed in Egypt’s revolutionary turmoil of the past two and a half years.
Egypt says its ambassador to Tunisia will return after being recalled in September following the Tunisian president’s call for the release of Egypt’s deposed president Mohammed Morsi.
A cargo train travelling south of Egypt’s capital has slammed into vehicles crossing the tracks, killing 24 people, many from the same family returning from a wedding party, a report says.
Egypt will attempt to engineer a World Cup miracle by overturning a 6-1 deficit against Ghana and snatch a spot in the finals in Brazil next year.
Both Kenyan national hockey teams feel to defeat in their opening matches of the African Hockey Championships in Nairobi.
Where tents once sprouted and protesters chanted, municipal workers are now laying grass and flowers in the roundabout of Egypt's famous Tahrir Square.
Egyptian security officials have blamed Islamist militants for the shooting death of an interior ministry officer, the highest-profile killing in Cairo since the overthrow of Mohammed Morsi.
Zambia gave Egypt a run for their money despite going down 2-0 in an international friendly match played at the Military Academy Stadium in Cairo.
Clashes in Cairo and its suburbs have killed at least 989 people since security forces launched a 14 August crackdown.
Deposed Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi says he was kidnapped by the Republic guard and then held at a naval base the day before the military formally ousted him in July.
Egyptian, Russian Foreign Ministers start high-level talks that could signal shift in Cairo's foreign policy
An Egyptian court has sentenced 12 supporters of deposed Islamist president Mohammed Morsi to 17 years in prison for taking part in a violent student-led protest, a report says.
Egypt’s foreign minister has sought to downplay speculation of a major shift in foreign policy, saying Moscow is too important to be a substitute for the US
Egypt's ousted president, Mohammed Morsi has met his team of lawyers in prison.
Egypt's cabinet is awaiting a court order to lift a curfew three months after it was imposed on Cairo and 13 other provinces following a crackdown on Islamists.
Egypt's ousted president Mohammed Morsi says the country cannot return to stability until the coup is reversed and those behind it are tried.
Egypt says it has not forced any Syrian refugees to leave the country as alleged by Human Rights Watch, adding that an entry visa requirement would soon be dropped.
Egypt's interior minister has indicated the curfew and state of emergency is to expire this week as scheduled.
Al Ahly saw off Orlando Pirates 2-0 at the Arab Contractors Stadium in the second leg of the CAF Champions League final to cement their place as the continent's marquee side.
Egypt has detained more than 1 500 refugees from Syria, including Palestinians and 250 children, before forcing most to leave the country, HRW says.
Egypt's official news agency says a prominent judge and two journalists will stand trial for defaming judges.
The wife of Egypt's toppled president has visited him in prison and says he is 'steadfast' after the coup.
Egypt will hold parliamentary elections in February or March, with presidential polls in early summer, and that the political arm the Muslim Brotherhood could participate.
The Egyptian army says it has killed 3 militants in its northern Sinai offensive.
An Egyptian court has dismissed a request by the Muslim Brotherhood for an injunction on a court ruling banning the Islamist movement and ordering its assets seized, judicial sources say.
Vihiga Governor, Moses Akaranga has accused the national government of discrimination against the poor and elderly citizens. Read more...
The planned analogue-digital migration has been put off until the determination of a case in which three media houses have contested the move will be heard. Read more...
KNUT has issued the TSC with a 16-day ultimatum to promote teachers or face industrial action as schools reopen. Read more...
In Why We Run, Al Jazeera Correspondent Andy Richardson explores why Kenya’s runners excel in endurance running - and why so many humans love the sport. Read more...
Traffic Police Commandant Samuel Kimaru says he can't 'micromanage' every single motor vehicle in the country. Read more...
Medical personnel in the country are set to go on strike after failing to agree to a deal with stakeholders to have them under the national government payroll. Read more...
The Kenya National Union of Teachers KNUT will not accept the proposed NSSF charges. Read more...
The KUPPET National Chairman, Omboko Milemba has said that teachers should be earning a leave allowance just like any other civil servant. Read more...
A senior Forensic Pathologist expert, Andrew Gachie has said a lot of pathologist graduates are running away from Kenya to other African countries due to poor pay. Read more...
Mombasa County governor, Ali Hassan Joho has declared war on corruption by sending a stern warning to all officers in the County government who engage in the vice. Read more...
As the Kenya Defence Forces arrived in Marsabit, area residents claim there is need to address the real issues behind tension. Read more...
The hostility between Nyeri Governor, Nderitu Gachagua and a section of parliamentarians in the County took the stage at a public function in Narumoru town over the weekend. Read more...
Archbishop John Chabuga has expressed his displeasure at comedians who are wearing christian vestments onstage, saying the act is as good as 'mocking God'. Read more...
The Cabinet Secretary for Mining, Najib Balala has lashed out at leaders who have have been accusing the Central Government of opposing County governments. Read more...
Deputy President William Ruto said that there are no plans to oppress the media, and that the government is ready to protect the sector’s freedom. Read more...