US urges Egypt to pull "back from the brink" after security forces fire on pro-Morsi sit-in
Secretary of State John Kerry condemned the killing of scores of Arab Brotherhood supporters during a sit-in at a Cairo mosque, calling for its Arab ally to respect freedom of expression.
With more bloodshed in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood remains defiant
"We will stay," supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi say after more than 60 of them are killed.
Egypt: Dozens of pro-Morsi supporters dead after overnight clashes
The violence followed Friday pro-government rallies backing a tough crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Hamas reels as Egypt accuses movement of conspiracy, attacks
Hamas is under pressure as it finds itself in Egypt's crosshairs.
Egypt turmoil: 4 protesters speak out from both sides of the divide
Thousands of Egyptians are taking to the streets in rival demonstrations both in support of the military and to call for the reinstatement of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. Here's what they have to say.
Christians from Syria and Egypt seek refuge in the Caucasus
Georgia and Armenia are rolling out the carpet for Copts fleeing violence and discrimination at home, but they face serious obstacles to settling down.
Chatter: Mohamed Morsi, the spy?
Egypt's army accuses the former president of conspiracy as rival factions prepare to rally, Spain investigates its devastating train crash, a juror regrets acquitting George Zimmermann, and we present the cutest horse hybrid you'll see all day.
Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi charged with murder as clashes kill 7 (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Mohamed Morsi was reportedly being held on charges he killed a soldier and conspired with the Palestinian militant group Hamas, as the country saw rival protests turn violent.
Riots, executions and war crimes: Bangladesh’s political violence, explained
Forty years later, Bangladesh confronts crimes committed during its battle for independence.
Egypt braces for rival protests: 'There are bloody days ahead'
The rhetoric on both sides has intensified, displaying Egypt’s stark and dangerous divisions as the country struggles to establish democratic rule.
Egypt harassing Syrian refugees: Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch said the new Egyptian government is detaining and threatening to deport Syrian refugees.
Defiant Egypt Brotherhood leader urges 'stand' against coup
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Thursday defiantly called for a 'stand' against the coup that toppled president Mohamed Morsi.
As the Middle East implodes, should the US focus on Israel-Palestine?
Commentary: A pact would help solve an underlying cause of dysfunction in the Arab world.
Egypt: Army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi calls for nationwide protests
General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has urged Egyptians to take to the streets on Friday, in what the Muslim Brotherhood called an 'announcement of civil war.'
At least 13 killed in Egypt clashes
At least 13 people have been reported killed and many injured in clashes in and near Cairo over the past two days.
Cairo: 1 killed in clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi factions in Tahrir Square
A gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon, while others hurled stones and fired birdshot and fireworks at each other, according to reports.
What we're protesting today
Anti-gay protesters in Haiti, Filipinos burning an effigy of President Aquino and Bulgarians really have staying power.
Morsi's family accuses army of 'kidnapping' ousted Egyptian president
Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's family said the army abducted the Islamist leader.
Panama releases ex-CIA officer held over cleric's 'extraordinary rendition'
Ex-CIA officer Robert Seldon Lady, convicted in Italy of kidnapping a terror suspect, was detained and then released by Panama.
The world according to Gatsby: smash things and then retreat
Commentary: The foibles of Tom and Daisy Buchanan remind us of the US government.
America’s difficult high-wire act in Egypt
In the face of a nearly impossible diplomatic dilemma, the US must continue to have an open mind toward Egypt.
Lessons for Egypt and Turkey: democracy is more than winning elections
Commentary: Military coups do not advance the cause of democracy.
Egypt interim cabinet sworn in as clashes kill 7, injure more than 200
An interim government was sworn in in Egypt as clashes between supporters of the deposed president, his opponents and security forces left seven dead and hundreds injured.
Chatter: Cairo, where protesting can kill you
Seven people are dead in Egypt's latest round of post-ouster violence, Mexico captures one of its most-wanted, someone's sailing secret weapons to North Korea, and if you think kids these days are speaking a different language — well, they just might be.
GlobalPost investigation: A massacre in Cairo
When security forces killed 51 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi outside a military installation in Cairo on July 8, the army said its troops fired on protesters to defend themselves. But a series of interviews reveals a much darker version of events.
State Department to meet with Egypt's interim government
The State Department's Deputy State Secretary William Burns will land in Egypt on Monday to meet with Egypt's interim government in Cairo.
Mohamed ElBaradei becomes Egypt's interim vice president for foreign relations
Mohamed ElBaradei's appointment followed speculation that the former diplomat would become Egypt's interim leader until elections were held.
Egypt confirms investigation against ousted president Morsi
Top prosecutors in Egypt say they're preparing to interview deposed president Mohamed Morsi in case that involves spying, sabotaging economy.
Chatter: Egypt expects
Egypt is set for a day of rival protests, Edward Snowden may — or may not — be taking meetings, Ireland allows abortions that can save lives, and Italy proves that not having a house can't get you out of house arrest.
US calls for release of Egypt's Morsi, Cairo braces for rival protests (VIDEO)
Cairo is bracing for another day of mass protests, as supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi take to the streets on the first Friday of Ramadan.
The revenge of Egypt's old guard
A series of moves by the country’s new leaders has stoked fears among some activists that a counterrevolution is emerging.