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.
Egypt vows 'full force' against Brotherhood
Security officials said 17 people were killed in nationwide clashes on Friday.
Six killed in clashes with police in Egypt
A conservative estimate puts the overall death toll since Morsi's fall at well over 1,500.
Militant violence turns away tourism in Egypt’s South Sinai
Commentary: The challenge is whether Egyptian military can stem the tide of the attacks.
Overseas Press Club pens open letter to Egypt's el-Sisi after 'deplorable' detention of journalists
Four Al Jazeera journalists have been arrested in Cairo, accused of spreading "false news" that "damaged national security."
Egypt arrests four Al Jazeera English journalists
Egyptian police accused the men of “broadcasting news that threatens internal security and spreading false news.”
In Egypt, the regime moves to snuff out the Muslim Brotherhood
Now that the Brotherhood has been branded a terrorist group, analysts predict the witch-hunt will intensify.
Students shot dead as protest turns violent at Egyptian university
Two students were killed and at least 60 people were arrested Saturday as Egyptian police stormed the country's main Islamic university in Cairo to break up a student protest.
Crackdown against Muslim Brotherhood intensifies in Egypt
Six people were killed in clashes between Islamist protesters and opponents, while 265 were arrested as police cracked down on Brotherhood demonstrations.
The 12 (rocky) months of US foreign policy
Analysis: For the holiday season, a look at the foreign adventures this year that have brought joy and heartbreak to America and its, ahem, allies.
Egypt's 'war on terror' escalates with outlawing of Muslim Brotherhood
The Brotherhood, which estimates its membership at up to a million people, was Egypt's best organized political force until this summer's crackdown.
Egyptian pro-democracy activist Ahmed Maher begins hunger strike
Imprisoned Egyptian activists Ahmed Maher, Mohamed Adel and Ahmed Douma began a hunger strike on Wednesday to protest their 'ill treatment' in prison.
A turning point in Egypt's 'war on terror'
Authorities now have the power to charge any member of the Muslim Brotherhood with belonging to a terrorist group.
Egyptians blame Brotherhood for Mansoura blast that killed 14
The cause of the explosion at a police headquarters was not immediately clear but some believed it was a car bomb targeting security forces.
Egypt's leading activists jailed in dissent crackdown
Activists Ahmed Maher, Ahmed Douma and Mohamed Adel got three years in prison for their part in recent protests and dissent against the military-backed government.
Once-connected families of Morsi's inner circle now live on Egypt's margins
Relatives of top Muslim Brotherhood aides tell of six months of worry and confusion since the men disappeared into the Republican Guard headquarters.
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These will be the big news stories of 2014
Elections in Egypt, the US and India. The World Cup. The Sochi Olympics. And the NATO withdrawal are all sure to be in the news in 2014.
Morsi will be tried for conspiring to commit 'terrorist acts'
If found guilty, Egypt's former president and his top aides could be executed.
Egypt's ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, to stand trial for conspiracy
The charges leveled against Morsi and other top Muslim Brotherhood members on Wednesday could result in their execution.
Entrepreneurs try to start a technological revolution in Egypt
Commentary: As the spotlight shining on Egypt continues to focus on political unrest, you might be missing a huge parallel story: The country is on the cusp of an entrepreneurial burst.
Morsi supporters will boycott Egypt referendum on constitution
An extensive police crackdown on the Islamists has decimated their grassroots network.
Egypt police 'inflict pain like it's an art'
Police brutality in Egypt soars to heights not seen since Mubarak.
Snow threatens to destabilize Middle East
US president calls for regional talks on Snow emergency, says won’t rule out use of force.
The Middle East attempts to build snowmen (PHOTOS)
Countries across the Middle East struggle with a rare snowfall, and their residents struggle to make snowmen.
Car bomb kills one, injures at least 30 near Suez Canal
Six civilians have been injured in the presumed car bomb blast along the Suez Canal, as attacks on soldiers and police continue.
Muslim Brotherhood trial ends in chaos, again, as judges walk out
Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohamed Badie, deputies shout anti-military slogans during court appearance in Cairo, forcing judges to recuse themselves.
Multiple arrests after clashes break out between Al-Azhar students and police in Egypt
The students have been demonstrating since September, with many of the rallies descending into running battles with police.
Egypt releases 21 pro-Morsi female protesters after outcry
The women were convicted in November and were originally sentenced to 11 years in prison.
Israel built a new border wall to prevent migrants from 'smuggling in terror'
Will it work better than the US-Mexico fence?
ICC is a good deal for the money — and for international justice
Commentary: Hampered by limited jurisdiction and insufficient funding, the International Criminal Court is making progress.