Key developments in Egypt since the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi on July 3:
- Defence minister and army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousts Morsi amid a wave of mass protests, appointing a caretaker president, chief justice Adly Mansour.
- Sisi freezes the Islamist-drafted constitution.
- Morsi is detained and warrants are issued for 300 Muslim Brotherhood officials.
- Brotherhood supreme guide Mohammed Badie blasts the takeover as a "coup".
- Clashes nationwide kill 37 and injure hundreds.
- Fifty-seven Morsi loyalists killed and 480 wounded outside Cairo's Republican Guard headquarters.
- Mansour sets out a charter for a political transition and vows elections by early 2014. The Brotherhood rejects the decree.
- A court orders Morsi's detention for questioning over allegedly working with Palestinian Islamist militant group Hamas in jailbreaks and attacks on police.
- Eighty-one civilians and a policeman killed in clashes at a pro-Morsi demonstration in Cairo.
- Security forces move on pro-Morsi protest camps in Cairo. The authorities say 627 were killed in one camp and dozens more in another.
- A month-long state of emergency and a curfew is declared.
- Interior ministry says 43 policemen were also killed.
- Police authorised to fire live rounds at demonstrators attacking public property or security forces.
- Militants kill at least 26 policemen in the Sinai, including 25 in one single incident.
- Badie is arrested.
- Interior minister Mohamed Ibrahim escapes an assassination attempt.
- A court bans all Brotherhood activities and orders its assets seized.
- Nearly 60 people are killed when security forces crack down on Morsi supporters marching towards Cairo's Tahrir Square.
- Morsi stands trial on charges of inciting the murder of protesters outside his presidential palace in December 2012.
- State of emergency expires.
- A car bomb in the Sinai kills 11 soldiers.
- Mansour approves a disputed law giving authorities the power to ban protests.
- Trial of Badie and his deputies ends when judges quit in protest at chaos in the dock.
- Officials say a referendum on a constitution reinforcing the army's political role will be held on January 14-15. Morsi supporters say two days later they will boycott it.
- Prosecutors say Morsi and ex-aides will stand trial for "espionage" that helped a "terror" campaign. Three days later they say Morsi and 132 others will also be tried for a jailbreak and the murder of officers during the 2011 uprising.
- The army says it has killed 184 "terrorists" in North Sinai since August.
- Interior minister Ibrahim pledges to "eliminate the terrorists" after a car bomb rips through a police building in Mansoura, north of Cairo, killing at least 13 people, including 12 policemen and a civilian.
- The Brotherhood condemns the attack.