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.
An Egyptian court sentences 119 supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi to prison
In another case, a court in southern Egypt sentenced 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to death last month.
Court bans Muslim Brotherhood members from running in Egypt's elections
Egypt is to hold a May 26-27 presidential election, which is widely expected to be won by ex-army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
You see sexual harassment: Do you call the police, or tie up the perpetrator yourself?
The Egyptian government is modernizing its sexual harassment law. These men say that's not enough.
These 12 leaders were targets of hilarious shoe attacks for not so hilarious reasons
Since the Bush shoe incident of 2008, the shoe has been a popular means to protest the actions of world leaders.
Egypt has arrested a journalist it claims works for Al Jazeera
Three Al Jazeera journalists are already on trial in Egypt charged with aiding a 'terrorist group,' a reference to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Two people killed in bomb blasts near Cairo University
Analysts predict that militants will escalate violence before the May 26-27 presidential election.
Three people were killed in protests in Egypt
A court sentenced more than 500 Brotherhood supporters to death on Monday, triggering clashes between security forces and protesters.
What a Sisi presidency in Egypt would look like
The wildly popular head of the country's armed forces resigned Wednesday in order to stand in the upcoming elections. Leaked recordings suggest his supporters are in for a surprise.
Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi resigns to run for president
The army deposed President Mohamed Morsi last year after mass protests against his rule, and Sisi is widely expected to win the election.
Egypt puts Muslim Brotherhood leader and 682 others on trial
The trial comes a day after Egypt condemned 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to death.
Archaeologists unveil two colossal pharaoh statues in Egypt
The two quartzite statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III can be found in Luxor.
Egyptian court sentences 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to death
The Muslim Brotherhood, largely driven underground, responded by calling for the 'downfall of military rule' on its official website.
'Leaning in' while wearing a niqab
Neither Sabry nor Zaki intended to go into business. They met during a religious lecture given by a sheikh.
5 reasons why Tunisia should give us all hope
In the country that started it all, things are getting better.
In Cairo, it doesn't take much to get you hauled off the street, tossed in prison, and tortured
The resurgence of torture is polarizing Egypt.
3 killed in clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and police in Egypt
The Interior Ministry said it had arrested 47 people it said were Brotherhood members during the violence, which broke out after Friday prayers.
Hala Shukrallah, the first woman to lead an Egyptian political party, warns against the military involvement in elections
'We have the very specific opinion that there is a danger, that this might infringe on the democratic process,' Shukrallah said.
Torture claim in trial of Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt
The trial of the Qatar-based channel's journalists also comes against the backdrop of strained ties between Cairo and Doha.