Al Jazeera journalists granted bail in Egypt, but case against them continues
Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy have been bailed in their retrial for spreading false news. They will return to court later this month.
Why do so many Egyptian soccer fans die in confrontations with police?
Nearly one hundred soccer fans have died in clashes with police over the past three years. But the country's interior ministry denies responsibility.
Check out these photos of the sandstorm blanketing Cairo right now
Many residents of Cairo are staying indoors as a huge wall of sand hits Egypt and Israel to the north.
Sisi is making Putin feel very special in Cairo
Can the world handle their strongman bromance?
Clashes at soccer match kill more than 20 in Egypt
Police fired tear gas at fans trying to force their way into the match, causing a stampede. Most of the dead were suffocated.
Is the Nile running out of fish? Meet the fishermen who say there's no future on the river
Families have been living and fishing on the Nile for thousands of years, but many now say it's getting harder and harder to make a living.
Inside the Cairo neighborhood that won't stop protesting
Protests around Egypt have died down since a ban was introduced in 2013, but Matareya in Cairo remains a hotbed of dissent.
Peter Greste is now free, but there are still 11 journalists left in Egypt's prisons
These journalists are still locked up in Egypt with little or no international pressure to see them released.
Egypt court sentences 183 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
Egypt has mounted one of the biggest crackdowns in its modern history on the Brotherhood since the political demise of Mohamed Morsi, the country's first democratically-elected pre
An entire city is going to be wiped off the map in Egypt
The city of Rafah is to be demolished to make way for a security 'buffer zone' in an attempt to stop militant activity and smuggling.
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste is free
The campaign continues for the release of the other two Al Jazeera journalists jailed in Egypt.
Egypt's 'deep state' in context
Analysis: General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is the new face of the old military guard holding tight to a huge piece of the Egyptian economy.
Despite first conviction, female genital mutilation remains common in Egypt
Ninety-one percent of Egyptian women ages 15-49 have undergone female genital mutilation. Though the practice was outlawed in 2008, Monday's conviction was the first.
For the first time, Egypt has convicted a doctor for female genital mutilation
Campaigners praise the prosecution as a 'historic moment' for the practice, which is widespread despite being outlawed in 2008.
Egypt releases Mubarak's sons day after anniversary of revolution
This will probably not go over well with a large portion of the public.
More than 15 dead on the 4th anniversary of Egypt's revolution
Meanwhile tensions surged ahead of the anniversary, with the killings of two female demonstrators.
Back to the future: Egypt's new 'felool' and the parliamentary election
Four years after the January 25 Revolution began in Tahrir Square, remnants of the old regime are in strong position.
Shocking images of American citizen detained in Egypt prompt concern for his health
Mohamed Soltan, detained by Egyptian authorities for attending a protest in support of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, has been on hunger strike for almost a year.
Inside Cairo's coffee houses, where Egyptian men go to meet their 'second wives'
Every man has his 'ahwa,' a place where he goes to catch up on neighborhood gossip, smoke shisha and talk with friends — and a place where women are not welcome.
The Egyptian government is holding more than 150 children in a makeshift prison
Rights groups say some of the children have been held for months without charge, and without their parents being allowed to visit.
How an argument over gasoline became a matter of national security in Egypt
The gas station is owned by the Egyptian military, and Tamer Allam argued with the wrong man: an army colonel.
Egypt's deep state gets back to business
Hosni Mubarak's acquittal is the crowning moment of 18 months in which the military regime regrouped and took back Egypt.
Alexandria's streets were flooded and some residents decided to break out the jet ski
Men charged with 'debauchery' after bathhouse raid are acquitted in Egypt
The 26 men were arrested in a raid on a bathhouse in Cairo that was broadcast on television.
Egypt's crackdown on LGBT community sees return of medical exam that dates back to the 1840s
Mass arrests at a bathhouse in Cairo are the latest sign that Egypt's persecution of LGBT people is getting worse.
Al-Jazeera journalists face more jail time, eye deportation
Journalists' family members say they have been advised that a retrial could start within 45 days.
Cautious optimism on New Year's Day for detained Al Jazeera journalists
Egypt’s highest court on Thursday ordered a retrial for the jailed journalists.
Turmoil in Egypt takes its toll on mental health
Doctors have raised concerns about an increase in the number of cases of PTSD and other mental health issues over the past four years.
Egyptian women rise to the top in karate
In a country where women’s rights are under constant attack, karate is a rare bright spot.
Egypt's Jon Stewart slapped with $6.5 million fine
Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef has been fined over a dispute with a television channel which suspended his show after it lampooned military leaders.
The churches burned after Egypt’s coup last year are still in ruins (PHOTOS)
The army promised it would help rebuild the churches destroyed and damaged by angry mobs, but parishioners are still waiting.