Group of outlawed gunmen clash with security near Oases area and kill 14 policemen
21-year-old Ibrahim Halawa had been among hundreds detained in aftermath of Egypt's 2013 military coup
No group has yet claimed responsibility for attack
"The assailants fled and many were killed and wounded," he said, without giving further details.
State of emergency lets authorities take exceptional measures, including imposition of curfews, confiscation of newspapers
Egypt will hold presidential election in early 2018 as per the constitution
Egyptian authorities have yet to unveil the details of the talks
Tuesday’s verdicts are still subject to appeal
Delegates from Hamas and rival group Fatah are due to meet in Cairo on Tuesday
Delegates from Hamas and Fatah are due to meet in Cairo on Tuesday
Egypt denies conceding an area in Sinai as part of deal to solve Palestinian-Israeli conflict
Egypt denies claim by Washington Post that it had purchased missiles
Amendment allows stripping citizenship from individuals convicted of crimes related to state security
Sisi emphasised the importance of "resuming negotiations between the Israeli and Palestinian sides to reach a comprehensive solution," the statement said.
Court confirms life sentence handed down earlier against Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first freely-elected president
Incident occurs two days after roadside-bomb attack leaves 18 security personnel dead in peninsula’s northeast
Since 2013 military coup, Egypt’s Sinai has remained epicenter of deadly militant insurgency
Terminal will be open from Monday until Thursday next week
Users of at least two of Egypt's internet service providers (ISPs) reported that they were unable to access the HRW website, although it could still be viewed through another ISP.
Last November, Israel abruptly summoned back its embassy staff due to ‘security concerns’
Newspaper reportedly raised questions about convicted ex-interior minister’s ability to escape punishment