The bombing carried out Saturday by Taliban, according to official statements, resulted in 58 deaths and 150 injuries.
The Arab Republic of Egypt condemned Sunday continuous Houthi terror attacks on the territories of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Interrogations with them started.
The terror elements planed to carry out terror attacks in Eid El Fitr taking place on May 24-26.
The House of Representatives approved by a sweeping majority the amendments to the “Terror Lists” bill in the plenary session held on Monday.
The commander of the 134th Land Force Brigade died on Sunday in an attempted terror attack on a military concentration in North Sinai.
The Syrian Armed Forces continue to achieve advances northwestern Syria amid militant attacks against gas facilities and engagements with Turkish troops.
The talks took place in Moscow on Monday.
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned pronouncing sentences against him and 207 members of Ansar Bait al-Maqdes terror group to February 1.
Cairo Criminal Court sentenced seven defendants to death in the lawsuit publicly known as “Helwan Microbus Cell” whereas a police officer and seven policemen were assassinated.
Alexandria Criminal Court sentenced EgyptAir plane hijacker to life on Tuesday as he was charged of committing the crime for terrorist purposes.
The Ministry of Interior launched an operation against a terrorist group in North Sinai’s Gelbana district killing its elements in a fire exchange.
The National Security Department at the Ministry of Interior released on Tuesday a video-taped confession of one of the 16 defendants arrested.
An Egyptian security delegation arrived in Kuwait on Monday three days after the arrest of eight Egyptian fugitives.
Four terrorists were killed in a raid by security forces on a hideout in Arish's Abou Aita district, the Ministry of Interior announced on Saturday.
Chief of Iraqi General Military Intelligence Directorate told Sputnik that leader of the Islamic State Baghdady is hiding on the borders between Iraq and Syria.
Hamid was once a member of the Jamaa Islameia (JI) in Egypt along with Ayman Al Zawahiri, leader of al-Qaeda.
The information was confirmed by White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders in a statement.
The Court of Cassation rejected their appeals.
The House of Congress’ Subcommittee on National Security gathered for a hearing on Wednesday to call for the designation of the brotherhood as "terrorist."