At least 184 people have been killed following an attack by suspected militants on Egypt’s restive North Sinai province, state media said.
A senior military officer and a soldier have been killed, following a roadside explosion, in Egypt’s restive North Sinai region.
At least one person has been killed, following a bomb blast, on a main road in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
At least 24 militants have been killed, by Egyptian security forces, in the country’s restive Sinai region.
At least 15 African migrants have been found dead, and a further eight wounded, by Egyptian forces, in the restive Sinai region, near the country’s border with Israel.
At least six peacekeepers, including four American troops, were wounded, following two blasts, in Egypt’s restive northeast Sinai region.
At least two police officers have been killed, in separate attacks, by suspected Islamist militants, in northeastern Egypt.
A prominent militant leader, part of Islamic State’s Egyptian affiliate, has been killed in a shootout outside his residence in North Sinai, according to a statement by the Egyptian army.
A guard has been shot dead by unidentified gunmen, outside the Niger embassy, in the Egyptian capital city, Cairo.
Islamic State militants have claimed responsibility for a bombing in Egypt, which killed at least four soldiers, near the border town of Rafah, which borders the Gaza Strip.