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.
Sisi remains Egypt defence minister as new cabinet sworn in
Egypt's army chief, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, will remain defence minister until a presidential election framework and timetable are established.
#FreeAJStaff: Global day of action for imprisoned journalists in Egypt
Four Al Jazeera journalists have been locked up in Egyptian prisons for months.
Mubarak-era official becomes Egypt's interim prime minister
The counter-revolution is complete. Egypt's newly appointed interim prime minister vows to 'crush terrorism in all corners of the country.'
Egypt's government resigns, leaving path to presidency clear for army chief Sisi
'(The outgoing government) made every effort to get Egypt out of the narrow tunnel in terms of security, economic pressures and political confusion,' Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi said in a live nationwide speech.
Moscow attempts to 'exploit' difficulties in US-Egypt relations to rekindle an old friendship (Q&A)
Russia and Egypt are reportedly close to finalizing a $2-billion arms deal. Should the United States be worried?
14 protest videos that went viral and changed the world
From Iran's Green Revolution to Occupy Wall Street, scenes of brutality, death, defiance, and laughter have altered the course of recent history.
What really happened on the day more than 900 people died in Egypt
The story of a massacre.
Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi negotiates $2-billion arms deal in Russia
'I wish you luck both from myself personally and from the Russian people,' Russian President Vladimir Putin told Sisi in televised remarks regarding his likely bid to be Egypt's new president.
A kidnapping scheme so big it involves Egyptian soldiers, Sudanese police, and Eritrean diplomats
This is Sinai's brutal trafficking ring: A plot to torture people for money
Why Peter Greste's imprisonment is everyone's problem
A very personal view from Nairobi, where Greste's colleagues protested outside the Egyptian embassy on Tuesday.
Why Al Jazeera's journalists are being targeted in Egypt
If you're looking to understand recent detainments, you need to know the backstory.
Morsi trial adjourned until Feb. 4
The trial, set to reopen Saturday, was adjourned to allow for further examination of video footage showing clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi protesters which may be linked to the case.
5 huge global problems Obama ignored in his State of the Union address
President Barack Obama's fifth State of the Union address had a few glaring omissions, among them the growing violence in Iraq and the NSA spying scandal.
A defiant Morsi shouts at courtroom during his trial (VIDEO)
Video emerged of a defiant Morsi shouting, 'I am the president of the republic, how can I be kept in a dump for weeks?'
Egypt's army chief Sisi promoted ahead of possible presidential bid
Sisi's election would mark the return of an army man as head of state, three years after Egyptians revolted against President Hosni Mubarak, an ex-air force chief.
Egypt to hold presidential election first
The move is seen to benefit army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Egypt's bloody anniversary: 49 dead
Violent clashes between anti-government demonstrators and the security services raged throughout the afternoon in nine governates.
A series of blasts hits Cairo on the eve of the uprising's third anniversary
At least four people were killed and dozens wounded when a series of bombs in Cairo seemingly targeted police stations and policemen.
Watching 'The Square' in Cairo
The film is Egypt's first-ever Oscar nomination. But good luck trying to see it if you're actually in the country.
With the smuggling tunnels destroyed, Gazans struggle to make ends meet
In July 2013, the Egyptian military destroyed most of the underground passages that brought fuel and raw materials to Gaza. Now, industrial and construction workers are unemployed, and fishermen can't fish.
Egypt polls close on new constitution referendum
Voter turnout was significantly lower on the second day of the two-day referendum on a new constitution in Egypt.
Egyptian voters brave the polls, saying 'no to terrorism'
Undeterred by a bomb in Cairo and clashes in several governorates, citizens turned out in force to vote on a constitutional referendum. Meanwhile, security forces arrested at least 140 people as the military-backed crackdown on Morsi supporters continues.
Egyptians head to polls despite threat of violence
The constitutional referendum is viewed by some as a vote of confidence for Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who is contemplating running for president.
5 puppets that have been persecuted
Abla Fahita isn't the only puppet with problems.
Egypt vote looms on army-backed, post-Morsi constitution
It appears to be a foregone conclusion: Morsi's now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood is urging a boycott rather than a 'no' vote.
Egypt's General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi obliged to run for president if people demand it
Popular demand would mean General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi "would not have the luxury or choice" to pursue the presidency.
Egyptian courts convict 113 over pro-Morsi protests
The authorities have been cracking down hard on the Brotherhood since the military deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in July following mass protests against his rule.