In July 2013, Sisi led the military ouster of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi
Such demonstrations are rare after Egypt effectively banned protests under a law passed following the 2013 military ouster of Mohamed Morsi
The planned summits are the first to be convened by African leaders on the current crises in Sudan and Libya
Sisi himself was among the first to vote when polls open, casting his ballot in the upmarket Cairo suburb of Heliopolis
Rwanda's president will remain a point person for the organisation's broad reform agenda, despite handing over the chair
Al-Sisi said 92.73% of the votes were valid from the roughly 24 million cast, while almost two million ballots were spoilt.
Sisi's sole challenger was the little-known Moussa Mostafa Moussa, himself a supporter of the president, who registered immediately before the close date...
Voters trickled into polling stations as authorities encouraged them to show up in high numbers.
Some 60 million people in Egypt, the most populated Arab country, are registered to vote on March 26, 27, and 28. Official results are expected on April...
Al-Sisi declared three days of mourning would begin Saturday, the day after the gun and bomb assault on the Rawda mosque, roughly 40 kilometres (25 miles)...
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