The army promised it would help rebuild the churches destroyed and damaged by angry mobs, but parishioners are still waiting.
Two residents of the city set out to highlight the daily difficulties faced by residents of the bustling metropolis.
The acquittal of a doctor in the country's first prosecution against female genital mutilation may encourage the practice.
The PFLP became known in the '60s and '70s for pioneering plane hijackings to garner attention for their cause.
EU countries are cutting back on search and rescue missions in the Mediterranean, leaving the job up to fishermen like Kamel Ben Ramdan.
The 'caliphate' is growing.
University campuses across Egypt have become hubs of dissent, but the government is cracking down.
The country has a history of moderation, so why are so many young men turning to extremism?