British Airways abruptly suspended flights to Cairo for a week from Saturday over security concerns, giving no details about what had prompted the move.
At least 25 people were killed and 50 injured when a locomotive smashed into a barrier at Cairo's main train station on Wednesday, causing an explosion and a fire, state television and witnesses said.
Six Egyptian policemen were charged Sunday with torturing a prisoner to death, state media reported, a rare case against law enforcement over alleged abuses in custody.
The meetings were scheduled to be held from May 7 to 9 at the headquarters of the League of Arab States in Cairo.
Doha ready for talks; Qatar against terrorism in all its types and forms, says Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
Egyptian prosecutors on Sunday ordered the jailing of four people in connection with a train collision that killed more than 40 people and injured scores two days earlier, the country's official Middle East News Agency reported.
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced eight suspected Islamists to death on charges of carrying out a deadly attack on a police station in Cairo nearly four years ago.
An unidentified gunman killed two retired military officers and a soldier at a highway toll station south of the Egyptian capital, the military said Wednesday.