Obama urged Egypt's leader to release jailed Al-Jazeera journalists
Australian Peter Greste, Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed were convicted in June of aiding the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood and spreading false news that portrayed Egypt as being in a 'civil war.'
Wary of US-led bombings, Syrians in Egypt say Assad is the real threat
'The crimes of Bashar are worse than the crimes of the Islamic State. They’re more merciful than the regime.'
Egypt sentences Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie to life in jail
Egyptian authorities have since arrested thousands of Brotherhood supporters, sentencing hundreds to death or long prison sentences.
Israel strike kills Gaza family as Egypt readies new talks
Since violence resumed after a nine-day lull, 84 Palestinians and a 4-year-old Israeli boy have died.
Israel and Hamas agree to another Gaza ceasefire
But will it hold long enough for peace talks?
Israel says it won't talk Gaza truce while under fire
And the Palestinian delegation in Cairo says it will leave unless Israeli negotiators come.
Egypt isn't doing much to help Gaza
Cairo has backed away from its relationship with the Palestinians, but the two sides need each other now for any chance of brokering peace between Israel and Gazan leaders.
Outlook is bleak in Israel and Gaza, but shifting
Everything you need to know about what's going on in the world's most contentious conflict right now.
It's like Mubarak all over again as hundreds are tortured in a military prison
And activists in Egypt say this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Yesterday, John Kerry pleaded the case of these journalists in Egypt. Today, they went to jail
Press freedom in Egypt takes another serious beating.
Britain summons Egyptian ambassador over 'appalling' sentencing of Al Jazeera journalists
Meanwhile, Al Jazeera urged Egypt to overturn the court ruling, condemning the seven-year prison sentences as unjustified and defying logic.
Egypt frees Al Jazeera journalist who's been on hunger strike for more than 130 days
Abdullah El-Shamy was one of 13 people freed on health grounds.
Egypt may finally face its sexual assault problem
A graphic video of an assault goes viral. What happens next could spell progress.
After sexual assaults in Tahrir Square, Sisi issues order to fight sexual harassment
Some liberals were wary of Sisi, especially after remarks he made defending an army practice of conducting 'virginity tests' on female protesters who complained of abuse.
Egypt's government resigns, making room for Sisi to choose his cabinet
Hours after his inauguration, Sisi, in a warning to the now blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood, said there will be 'no leniency and truce with those who resort to violence.'
Ex-army boss Sisi sworn in as Egypt president
"The time has come to build a more stable future," he said. But will that future come at the expense of dissent?
Egypt's young entrepreneurs work to fulfill revolution's promise
After a largely disappointing Arab Spring, a startup revolution is offering many young Egyptians a future.
Egypt's first veiled rapper is sick of sexual harassment
Mayam Mahmoud has struck out in her lyrics against pervasive assault in Egypt.
Bassem Youssef — Egypt's Jon Stewart — says his show's been pulled off the air
This raises new questions about freedom of expression in Egypt, the most populous Arab state.
After Egypt's terribly low voter turnout, Sisi wins presidential election
Former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi won 93.3 percent of votes cast, judicial sources said, with most ballots counted after three days of voting.
With embarrassingly low turnout, Egypt declares third day of voting
How empty do polling stations have to be before the message gets through?
Here's why Mubarak-era leaders won't be on the ballot in Egypt's elections
Meanwhile, Presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said the Muslim Brotherhood, which won all five elections since Mubarak's ouster, would cease to exist if he becomes president.
The 13 most absurd moments so far of the Al Jazeera journalists' trial in Egypt
The journalists went back to court today, ironically on World Press Freedom Day.
This resort chef lost his job. Now he grows opium with his friends
... who happen to be a musician and a cab driver.
Egypt's Atticus Finch: He defended the unpopular. Now he's in prison
Egypt's mass death sentences have provoked outrage worldwide. If not for Ahmed Eid, even more people would have been condemned to die. Now he is languishing in a cell.
Egypt's young revolutionaries from 2011: Still protesting, but now outlawed
The April 6 youth movement has remained true to its roots.
Egyptian court sentences 683 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
Mass trials in the biggest Arab state have reinforced fears among human rights groups that the government and anti-Islamist judges are using all levers of power to crush opponents.
Egypt discovers its first case of the potentially deadly MERS virus
Although the number of MERS infections worldwide is fairly small, the spread of the virus beyond the Middle East is keeping scientists and public health officials on alert.
The US will send Egypt 10 Apache helicopters — because sometimes a dozen roses aren't enough
For example, when your competition happens to be Russia.
Egypt's army says it has 'complete control' in the embattled Sinai Peninsula
The Sinai has been gripped with violence since the army toppled President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood last year.
US is delivering Apache attack helicopters to Egypt to help the 'government counter extremists'
Secretary of State John Kerry had paved the way by certifying to Congress that Egypt met key criteria for Washington to resume some aid.