Yemen's foreign minister said it would abide by agreements despite concern over a recent failed U.S. raid.
The Indomitable Lions defeated Egypt in Sunday's final, clinching a fifth title.
A faction led by Michael Flynn, Trump's National Security Advisor, wants to add the Brotherhood to the State Department and U.S. Treasury lists of foreign terrorist organizations, the sources said.
Higher administrative court is due to issue a final verdict on the fate of Tiran and Sanafir on January 16.
Human rights organizations have repeatedly criticized media freedoms in Egypt, which jailed the second most journalists of any country in the world in 2015.
The Airbus A320 plunged into the Mediterranean en route from Paris to Cairo in May.
Egyptian-American affairs have long been characterized by wild swings and ruptures.
The Egyptian interior ministry said that the bomber was a 22-year-old Muslim Brotherhood supporter.
The new administration will be anti-Muslim, anti-civil rights and anti-immigrant.
The suspects are allegedly members of the Sinai Province, an ISIS affiliate.
From the Middle East to Asia, no one's quite sure of Donald Trump's approach—and that's fine with him.
The head of an Islamic bloc joked about the contents of the Egyptian president's fridge.
The plot was allegedly to target Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates match on October 11.
Two sentenced to life in prison, 16 others get 15 years in jail and 86 acquitted.
Rights groups say hundreds have been killed protesting the government's approach to land and political rights.
Paratroopers will test out a new uniform for combat in extreme desert conditions.
Mohamed Kamal, 61, and Yasser Shehata, another leader, were both reportedly killed.
Saudi Arabia's break with a Sunni ally in Lebanon could jeopardize a fragile political balance.