Pope Tawadros II, leader Egypt's Coptic Church, has cancelled a meeting with US Vice President Mike Pence during his visit to Cairo later this month, in protest of the Trump administration's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Trump's decision "did not take into account the feelings of millions of Arab people," the church said in a statement, adding that it "declines to receive" Pence.
At least 235 were killed and over 100 wounded in a suicide attack as people gathered for Friday prayers at a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai. Women and children are among the dead. The mosque is said to be run by adherents of a local Sufi order, and includes a zawiya—a lodge used by order members for prayer and chanting. Although no group has yet claimed responsibility for the massacre, followers of Sufi Islam have faced numerous attacks by ISIS cells operating in the Sinai Peninsula.
Egyptian warplanes carried out air-strikes on what President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi called six "terrorist training camps" in Libya after a new massacre of Coptic Christians.
ISIS militants attacked a security checkpoint near the gates of the 6th century St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, as draconian emergency measures take effect.
Egyptian authorities declared a three-month state of emergency after twin ISIS bombings killed 43 at two Coptic churches in the Nile Delta on Palm Sunday.
A bombing during Sunday Mass at a chapel attached to Cairo's main Coptic cathedral killed at least 25 on the Egyptian holiday marking the birth of the Prophet Muhammed.
An Egyptian court acquitted a police officer accused of torturing to death an Islamist militant arrested over a deadly church bombing in the prelude to Mubarak's ouster.
Presumed ISIS adherents in Libya have released photos on social media purporting to show some 20 abducted Coptic Christians, saying they await execution.
A sweeping "anti-terrorism" decree and expanded crackdown on opposition come as Egypt's President al-Sisi is making overtures to the Copts and invoking pluralism.
A police station was bombed and 10 killed in clashes as Egyptian voters approved a new constitution that emphasizes secularism but gives greater power to the military.
Muslim Brotherhood supporters unleashed their rage on Coptic Christians, with several churches, homes, and Copt-owned businesses attacked throughout the country.
Two days before the bloody repression against Musilm Brotherhood protesters in Cairo, Egyptian army troops attacked striking steel workers in Suez governorate.