Dozens to hundreds have died in stampedes and clashes during football matches in the past 40 years.
Cairo is "putting a lot of effort" into ensuring the question of how to compensate countries that have experienced heavy economic loss due to climate catastrophes is prioritised in Sharm El Sheikh summit.
Zahi Hawass, an archaeologist who has been in the field for decades, has announced that he may have discovered the mummy of famed queen Nefertiti of Ancient Egypt.
Once traditional allies of the US in the Middle East are now turning their backs on Washington and cozying up to Moscow and Beijing in a significant shift of loyalties.
The $675 million Lusail Iconic Stadium shaped like a traditional Arabic bowl with a capacity of 80,000 is put through its first test with a match between Egyptian and Saudi champions.
Leaders from UAE, Jordan, Iraq, Bahrain and Egypt to discuss the dispute pitting Cairo and Khartoum against Ethiopia over its Nile dam, regional conflicts and Israel's assault on besieged Gaza, according to Egyptian media.
UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrives in Egypt for talks with Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el Sisi, as media reports the two leaders will also attend a summit with counterparts from Jordan, Bahrain and Iraq.
The Egyptian Coptic Church and the health ministry reported 41 dead and 14 injured in the blaze before emergency services said they had brought the blaze under control.
Addis Ababa again fills reservoir for its huge dam on Blue Nile river, announces PM Abiy –– a process that continues to irk downstream neighbours Egypt and Sudan.
Ayman Zawahiri was largely accepted and respected by Al Qaeda’s different regional branches due to his role in forming the group in the 1980s. But the next leader might have problems exerting such authority, experts say.
Cairo lodges its protest at UN Security Council, objecting to Addis Ababa's unilateral filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam without a binding deal with downstream countries including Sudan.
Launching construction of the $25-billion El-Dabaa power plant "means that Egypt has joined the nuclear club," says chief of Russia's state atomic energy corporation Rosatom, which is building the plant.
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