February 4 - Archaeologists working near the ancient settlement of Edfu in southern Egypt discover the remains of a 4,600 year old step pyramid.
February 13 - During a two-day visit by an Egyptian delegation in Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow and Cairo have agreed to speed up work on drafting agreements on military-technological cooperation. Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu added that this could include joint military exercises and training of Egyptian officers in Russian military academies. Russian President Vladimir Putin says he supports Egyptian Defense Minister Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's bid for the upcoming presidential election in Egypt.
February 20 - Egyptian security officials say army helicopter gunships have rocketed several houses where militants were thought to have gathered in the northern region of the Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 10.
February 24 - The government of Egypt resign en masse, allowing Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to run for president.
February 26 - An Egyptian court sentences 26 people to death in absentia for plotting attacks on ships passing through the Suez Canal.
March 4 - An Egyptian court bans the Palestinian group Hamas and orders its offices in the country to be shut down and all dealings with the group suspended. The court also brands it as a terrorist organization.
March 5 - An 1,800-year-old Egyptian papyrus discovered a century ago, whose inscription is nearly illegible to the naked eye, has been made more readable using infrared sensors, revealing the message to be a soldier's letter to his family.
March 7 - A statue of Iset, daughter of King Amenhotep III who was the grandfather of Tutankhamun and ruler of Ancient Egypt around 3,350 years ago, has been unearthed by a team of Egyptian and European archaeologists. The statue, which depicts Iset alone without her father, is the first of its kind ever discovered.
March 13 - Masked gunmen attack a bus carrying Egyptian Army soldiers in Cairo, killing one.
March 19 - Two Egyptian army officers and five militants are killed during a warehouse raid in Qalyubiya province north of Cairo.
March 24 - A court in Minya, Egypt, sentences 528 supporters of former President Mohammed Morsi to death for a range of offenses including murdering a policeman and attacks on people and property. It is the largest mass death sentence handed down in recent history anywhere in the world.
March 25 - Mohammed Badie, the guide of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, will appear in court with 680 others to face charges of incitement to kill.
March 26 - Egyptian Field Marshal Abdel Fattah el-Sisi resigns from his position as Minister of Defense and announces his bid for the upcoming presidential election.
March 30 - Electoral authorities in Egypt set the first round of the presidential election for 26–27 May.
November 12 - Gunmen attack an Egyptian Navy ship on the Mediterranean Sea with eight sailors missing and four injured after the attack. Thirty-two of the gunmen have been captured with four reported as dead.
November 25 - A block of flats collapses in Cairo killing at least 10 people.
November 26 - An Egyptian court sentences 78 teenage boys to between 2 and 5 years in jail for participating in rallies calling for the return of ousted President Mohammed Mursi.
November 28 - Three army officers and two protesters are killed and more than one hundred protesters are arrested during anti-government protests across Egypt.
November 29 - A Cairo court clears former President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak on murder charges related to the death of hundreds of protesters in the 2011 Egyptian revolution.