Turkey has ordered the arrest of 82 military personnel over suspected links to the network accused by Ankara of carrying out an attempted coup in 2016.
In the past 5 years, numerous songs were produced describing the victory of Egyptians against the terrorist regime.
The attorney general of Amhara state in northern Ethiopia has died of wounds, becoming the third victim of a coup bid.
Brigadier General told state television that "most of the people who attempted the Ethiopian coup have been arrested, although there are a few still at large."
Ethiopia’s army chief of staff was killed in his home in Addis Ababa by his bodyguard.
Egypt strongly condemned on Monday the coup attempt in Gabon.
The military says it has seized power in oil-rich Gabon, where the ailing leader's family has ruled for 50 years, reported the BBC on Monday.
Focus, a German magazine, broke the story that was translated and circulated in foreign publications.
Russia halts release of Hollywood movie that shows Kremlin coup.
Abdel Fatah al-Sisi stated that 2011 revolution was "a wrong medicine for a wrong diagnosis" during his speech on Thursday, Oct. 11
Egypt Today was the first English Egyptian and Arab newspaper to break through the Kingdom of Fear; we wanted to transfer and live the suffering of the Yemeni people.
A Turkish court on Friday sentenced six journalists, including two prominent brothers, to life in jail for aiding plotters of a 2016 failed coup
A Turkish court on Wednesday sentenced 64 military personnel to life in prison for involvement in a failed military coup in July 2016.
Russia will not hand over to Montenegro the person wanted by the Balkan nation as a suspect in a coup attempt.
A mass trial in Turkey is set to resume Monday of more than 220 suspects, including former generals.
Since fuel was added to the flames of the Gulf crisis, observers and experts in the Middle East affairs have provided no affirmative solution
Turkey has asked Germany to extradite a theology lecturer suspected of playing a major role in last year's failed coup
Turkish police have launched operations to track down 33 former staff of a national scientific research agency
Turkey dismissed about 1,519 Imams and staffers from the Directorate of Religious Affairs over alleged links to terrorism on Sunday.
The Turkish government sent a request to parliament on Monday to extend the period of emergency rule imposed after last July's failed coup attempt