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If you're looking to understand recent detainments, you need to know the backstory.
Violent clashes between anti-government demonstrators and the security services raged throughout the afternoon in nine governates.
The film is Egypt's first-ever Oscar nomination. But good luck trying to see it if you're actually in the country.
Undeterred by a bomb in Cairo and clashes in several governorates, citizens turned out in force to vote on a constitutional referendum. Meanwhile, security forces arrested at least 140 people as the military-backed crackdown on Morsi supporters continues.
Relatives of top Muslim Brotherhood aides tell of six months of worry and confusion since the men disappeared into the Republican Guard headquarters.
If found guilty, Egypt's former president and his top aides could be executed.
Police brutality in Egypt soars to heights not seen since Mubarak.
Universities are one of the last remaining protest sites for opponents of Egypt's July 3 military-led takeover.
Almost four months after mass demonstrations unseated Egypt’s second president in three years, the interim government enacts a controversial law criminalizing demonstrations that take place without government permission.
Egypt is back in the good graces of Washington's leaders and its lobbyists.
News Analysis: ‘I am Dr. Mohamed Morsi and I am president of the republic,’ he shouted from a cage in the the Cairo courtroom. ‘This is not a court. This is a coup.’
GlobalPost's Cairo correspondent explains why Egypt's ousted president is on trial, and why it matters.
Bassem Youssef's suspension has raised fears that the space for dissent, already limited under Morsi, has grown even narrower under Egypt’s new authorities.
The suspension of a chunk of Egypt's military aid is little more than a slap on the wrist for a country with which the US wishes to maintain strong ties.
How does violence in the Sinai Peninsula figure into the rest of Egypt's security crisis? GlobalPost's correspondent explains.
The past week has seen some of Egypt's bloodiest days since the military's violent coup in July.
Indiscriminate arrests of Brotherhood supporters have put at least 90 children in prison on charges of murder and weapons possession.
What began as a popular uprising against the military regime has ultimately strengthened army control at the expense of Islamists and secular activists.
A series of bomb attacks points to growing violence against the state following a bloody coup.