Residents in downtown Cairo say security forces have come to search their apartments and asked to see their Facebook accounts.
The assault on the Bella Vista hotel was undertaken by an unknown number of assailants, injuring an unknown number of victims, for an unknown reason.
Only two months after it launched, one of Facebook's flagship programs for free internet was abruptly canceled. Egyptian officials say was a licensing issue, but others say it was part of a widening crackdown by Egyptian authorities.
One group even started a hashtag "Give_me_my_phone_back_Khameni."
The "Egyptian Monster" was supposed to operate on land, in the water, and in the sky. It didn't.
Hassam Bahgat is being held on charges of publishing false information that endangers national security.
The decision to suspend flights has raised questions about Egypt’s security and economic prospects as it seeks stability more than two years after a military coup. BuzzFeed News' Maged Atef reported from Cairo.
A Metrojet passenger jet crashed Oct. 31 over the volatile Sinai peninsula in Egypt en route to St. Petersburg, Russia. All 224 people on board were killed.
A Yemeni family had offered to pay the victim’s family money while hundreds took to Twitter to ask for forgiveness.
After advocating for young men to watch porn to learn how to please their wives, Entesar will face a judge in early November.
Egypt's Ministry of the Interior announced Monday the deadly shooting of 12 people who included two tourists from Mexico.
A number of pages on the social media site lists pricing for false paperwork and show misleading photos of luxury yachts the refugees can use to travel to Europe.
Naguib Sawiris, Egyptian telecom tycoon, made the offer on Twitter.
U.N. Food Program Sends Text Messages To Syrian Refugees In Jordan Saying They Will No Longer Get Food
More than 200,000 refugees living inside camps in Jordan were told they would no longer be receiving food aid that they had come to rely on.
BuzzFeed News spoke to Abdul Haleem Al-Kader, who was selling pens to support his two children when a photographer snapped a picture of him in Lebanon.
This is the first time army officers have been charged with conspiring to overthrow Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi since he came to power two years ago.
The video has gone viral in Egypt.
Nobody is sure how the $8 billion expansion of the Suez Canal is supposed to make Egypt any money, but oh boy were the celebrations extravagant.
Newspapers on Monday led with the news about the secretary of state's meetings in Cairo.
The administrator of Riyadh's Talaee Al-Noor International School is reportedly in jail awaiting trial for the school's apparently overly festive paint job.
The younger members of the movement want to take revenge and are shifting the group’s ideology in a more radical direction.
Monday's assassination of Hisham Barakat sent a clear message to Sisi and his government: None of you are safely out of our reach.
Egypt's assistant public prosecutor called the death of Hisham Barakat an "assassination."
A court ruled Tuesday that the interior minister has the power to protect "the general benefits, religious values, social morals of society and to prevent the spreading of social ills."
"Ground forces will enter the war," an Egyptian military official tells BuzzFeed News.
Anal exams are performed by police in many countries that criminalize homosexuality — and they base their work on 150-year-old European science. BuzzFeed News' J. Lester Feder and Maged Atef report from Cairo.
It comes after 26 men were acquitted in Egypt's most high-profile homosexuality trial in more than a decade.
"This means they are totally innocent and the case is totally closed," a defense lawyer told BuzzFeed News.
"The [bathhouse] case has become a kind of fulcrum for different kinds of people to say ‘no’ to different kinds of oppression from the regime," an activist said. J. Lester Feder and Maged Atef report from Cairo.
No trial court has ever cleared Egyptians of charges of homosexuality in a high profile case, say human rights activists. J. Lester Feder and Maged Atef report for BuzzFeed News from the courthouse in Cairo.
“If you are atheist and you heard this announcement, it was like the state saying, 'We are coming for you next.'”
Construction problems, over-reaching budgets, and questionable projections are already plaguing the construction of an addition to the Suez Canal.
Last month, the Egyptian army announced it had come up with a cure for Hepatitis C and AIDS. Despite the cure being widely ridiculed, many desperate Egyptians are now banking on it.
The prime minister had tried to resign three times before.
"As long as we have the internet, they can't wipe us out."
Story developing: James Henry Lunn, a 66-year-old U.S. citizen, was found dead in his Egyptian prison cell Sunday morning. But nobody seems to know what he was doing there.