Al-Waqa'i' al-Misriyya (Arabic: الوقائع المصريّة / ALA-LC: al-Waqā’i‘ al-Miṣriyyah; meaning "the Egyptian affairs"), was an Egyptian newspaper established in 1828 on the order of Muhammad Ali, originally called "Vekayi-i Misriye" (Ottoman Turkish: وقایع مصریه) and written in Ottoman Turkish in one column with an Arabic translation in a second column (Ottoman Turkish text was in the right one and Arabic text in the left one), and later in Arabic only under the Arabic title.
It was printed at the Amiri Press.
Al-Waqa'i' was the official gazette of Egypt, and is now published as an appendix of the Official Journal.
- Tripp (ed.), p. 2; Amin, Fortna & Frierson, p. 99; Hill, p. 172.
- "The General Organization for Government Printing Office" (in Arabic). Retrieved 9 August 2012.