Rising food prices mean Egyptians are struggling to put food on the table for their families.
A BBC News investigation reveals how violent gangs are abusing LGBT community members they meet online.
The mummy was found inside a sarcophagus that has remained unopened for 4,300 years.
University College Cork plans to hand over the objects, which also include a sarcophagus, in 2023.
Egypt has a high Caesarean section rate, with doctors accused of using it for cash and convenience.
Human rights activists are highlighting the plight of Alaa Abdel Fattah and thousands of others.
Visiting restaurants or buying homes can be problems for headscarf wearers, BBC News Arabic finds.
Details are emerging about some of the 15 children who died in Sunday’s blaze at a Coptic church.
Dozens of people have died, including children, after a fire at a Coptic church in Giza.
The blaze broke out at a Coptic Christian church in the city of Giza causing a stampede.
British-Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah has been on hunger strike in an Egyptian jail for more than 100 days.
Four people who set up a Facebook event to find “the real Batman” are charged with “planning a riot”.
EU nations seeking to rely less on Russian gas may soon be able to source supplies from Israel instead.
A video showing a group haranguing the young women at the Giza pyramids sparked outrage online.
Human rights groups criticise a court that convicted the two stars of “violating family values”.
A BBC News investigation has exposed serious flaws in the Egyptian beauty industry that are endangering lives and leaving women scarred for life.
Haneen Hossam, who invited women to earn money by making videos, is convicted of human trafficking.
Fear of arrest is more widespread than ever, a leading activist freed from jail tells the BBC.
Aya Yousef was sacked and divorced after she was filmed moving to music at a work social event.
Basant Khaled, 17, took her own life in Egypt after allegedly being blackmailed with faked images.
The French carmaker features a pop star taking a photo of a woman apparently without her consent.
The haul includes figurines of ancient queens, hieroglyphic inscriptions and burial offerings.
A fire broke out at the site of Egypt’s top film festival a day before it is due to start.
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Naftali Bennett meets President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.
The three-metre whale was found in Egypt and has been named after Anubis, the ancient god of death.
Marital rape has long been a taboo issue in Egypt, but now victims are beginning to speak out.
The megaship Ever Given is finally leaving the Suez Canal after a deal is struck with Egypt.
Haneen Hossam appealed for clemency after being sentenced to 10 years in jail for human trafficking.
The city near Luxor has been hailed as one of the most important finds since Tutankhamun’s tomb.