Rising prices, low wages and delays in salaries and bonuses have workers vowing more strikes and protests
Hundreds of police officers were deployed in central Cairo on April 25 to quell protests against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
The app, Signal, has become a new popular tool to mobilize protests by Egyptians because of its accessibility and ability to provide privacy
A group of lawyers published a list of 59 people they say were arrested at cafes and at their homes in Cairo
Thousands of doctors turned on Friday to express frustration with police brutality
When a doctor at a Cairo hospital told a police officer that his cut didn't require stitches, the response was startling and brutal
Sabbagh was killed during a protest marking the 2011 popular uprising
Police and military forces boost presence in Cairo and other cities
State news agency reported one policeman was killed, another wounded in armed attack in Gharbiya
Executive director of HRW barred from entering the country ahead of the release of the Rabaa report
Detention on June 21 of Egyptian activist and human rights lawyer Yara Sallam, along with 22 other demonstrators, has reignited the debate
Law requires anyone planning a demonstration to obtain police permission, but Saturday’s protesters did not
Egypt has been rocked by a series of bombings and shootings carried out by militants since the military ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi in ...
Activist Wissam Tarif was detained at Cairo airport for several hours and put on a flight back to Lebanon
Riot police fires tear gas during clashes with students of Al-Azhar University, who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and deposed President ...
Video: The disguised police truck, usually used for transporting prisoners, was coated in the soft drink company’s trademark red
Students and supporters of Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi protest inside Cairo University.
The interior ministry said 60 Mursi supporters were also arrested nationwide Friday
Killing of Khaled Said in June 2010 sparked protests in revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak
The trial against the deposed president has been adjourned until Feb. 24 by a Cairo court
Mursi and 35 others, including former aides and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, are accused "of spying for the international organisation of ...
The Brotherhood wants the Egyptian people to awake to mornings full of blood, murder and violence.
Mursi was in a soundproof glass-encased metal cage, pacing and shouting angrily at the judge in apparent disbelief
Hazem el-Beblawi’s declaration of support for army chief’s presidential bid marks one of the highest-level endorsements to date
Unrest following overthrow of President Mohammad Mursi drives tourism revenues down to $5.9bn
The referendum is a key step in the interim government‘s political roadmap
Mursi, who was Egypt’s first freely elected president, is accused of inciting the killing of anti-government protesters
State television reported that the students, loyal to the Muslim Brotherhood, fought police and set fire to two buildings
Protests erupted a day after the Muslim Brotherhood was declared a terrorist group
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