Activist Wissam Tarif was detained at Cairo airport for several hours and put on a flight back to Lebanon
The Muslim Brotherhood said ‘it is important’ that Britain not ‘bend’ to foreign pressure and review the Islamist movement’s operations
Three bombings targeted riot police deployed outside Cairo University, killing a police general and wounding five people
Warns that the inquiry could backfire if the organization was wrongly identified as having links to terror
The U.N. chief met with Egypt’s Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmi in Brussels on the sidelines of a European Union-African summit
January’s referendum on Egypt’s new constitution was a test of legitimacy and public support for the country’s military-backed authorities
The journalist was shot in the head while covering clashes between police and supporters of ousted President Mohammad Musri
Demonstrators in Washington, DC protested against Egypt’s mass sentencing of 529 supporters of deposed Islamist President Mohammad Mursi who ...
Salafist party al-Nour and the anti-Mursi movement Tamarod support the popular military figure Sisi entering presidential race
Egyptian Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's bid for president comes as no surprise
The trial comes a day after the same court in Minya Province condemned 529 members of the group to death
Ross argued that Saudi is wary of the commitment from the United States to take meaningful steps to help in the current crises with Iran, Syria and Egypt
Most of the defendants are supporters of ousted former President Mohammad Mursi
Egyptians, and the wider Arab world, were angered by Obama’s appeasement of the Muslim Brotherhood following Mursi’s overthrow
The people of Egypt are not a burden on the country but an energy source that must be invested in
Ex-presidential candidate Shafiq denied that he criticized army chief al-Sisi’s expected bid for the upcoming presidential elections
An attack on an army bus killed one officer and injured three others in Cairo
A major power shift is taking place in the Middle East, this time it signals leaderships waking up to realities long overlooked
The Brotherhood’s own conduct in power in Egypt led to the single most damaging impact upon its popularity
Egypt’s political conflict has almost fully reverted back to its traditional form after the ephemeral changes seen over the past three years
Cairo has emboldened its stance against Qatar while the spat within the Gulf continues
Hundreds of pro-Mursi protesters were killed when security forces stormed their sit-in last year
Leftist Sabahi, who came third in last elections, says he has higher chances this time to win the upcoming presidential race
Gamal Abdel Nasser’s high dam project was seen as a tool of national unification, what do we need now?
Al-Jazeera reporter Peter Greste has been charged with publishing lies that harmed Egypt’s national interest
Why did the Muslim Brotherhood rush to participate in the Egyptian protests after Jan. 25?
Defense lawyers for Mursi and the other suspects have walked out of court to protest the soundproof glass cage defendants are placed in
Mursi and 35 others, including former aides and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, are accused "of spying for the international organisation of ...
Sabahi calls for the release of ‘prisoners of conscience’ days after he announced he would run for president
The numbers are not just difficult to capture when it comes to deaths in Egypt – but when it comes to those arrested and imprisoned too
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