Muslim Brotherhood Denies Any Negotiations with Army

Muslim Brotherhood rejects as utter lies media ‘reports’ claiming it is negotiating with military commanders ending demonstrations and sit-ins before the so-called army ultimatum.

Anti-Coup, Pro-Democracy Alliance Statement on Utter Lies Published in Ahram Newspaper

State-owned national newspaper Al-Ahram publishes false news and misinformation claiming President Morsi has been charged with various crimes later denied by authorities.

Katatni: Abu Baraka Is not FJP’s Legal Adviser, nor Spokesman

Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), denied information published by Egyptian Al-Ahram daily newspaper on the 7th of January 2012 regarding the FJP’s

DAE Coalition Expands Elections Coordination Committee

The "Democratic Alliance for Egypt" (DAE) is boosting its Elections Coordination Committee – which deals with all the parties involved in DAE and selects candidates for the upcoming parliamentary elections.

Jurists: Denying Egyptians Living Abroad Right to Vote Unconstitutional

A number of jurists and legal advisers have expressed concern that failure to enable Egyptians abroad to vote in the upcoming elections is both unjustifiable and unacceptable, and that all

MB Denies Secret Meetings With SCAF Chief

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) described media speculations about secret meetings and coordination with the military junta as "pure lies and imagination" promoted by the group's opponents who have previously accused

Muslim Brotherhood Nominates 6 Candidates for Journalists Syndicate

The Muslim Brotherhood is fielding six candidates for the upcoming elections in the Journalists Syndicate, but did not decide yet whether it will compete on the Chairman position.

Egypt: Political opposition accuses state run paper of crossing red line

Egypt's state-run Al-Ahram newspaper has been slammed for modifying a photograph to suggest that the Middle East talks were led by President Hosni Mubarak.

After Mubarak

Walking through the sweltering heat of the city’s streets, a visitor sees few signs that change is on the way in Egypt. Outdated posters of a young Hosni Mubarak –

At the centre of things

The week that The Economist chose to come out with eight stories on Egypt which dealt with, among other issues, President Hosni Mubarak's health concerns, the president was here and