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.
Egypt's students rise up
Universities are one of the last remaining protest sites for opponents of Egypt's July 3 military-led takeover.
Egypt's Ahmed Maher, April 6 activist, turns himself in
The April 6 Youth Movement co-founder, who played a significant part in the protests that ousted Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, is accused of inciting protests.
14 Egyptian women sentenced to 11 years in prison for protests
The group of women — all supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood — included some minors.
Egypt police clash with demonstrators as government bans protests
Tuesday's protests were the first to see arrests under the new provision banning spontaneous protests.
Egypt's new law criminalizes protest, legalizes crackdown
Almost four months after mass demonstrations unseated Egypt’s second president in three years, the interim government enacts a controversial law criminalizing demonstrations that take place without government permission.
Backlash to Egypt's new protest law hits Cairo's streets
Q & A: The first clashes between Egyptian police and demonstrators came 24 hours after the 'peaceful assembly' bill's implementation. But what, exactly, does the law say?
Why Israel and Saudi Arabia really hate the Iran deal
Analysis: Israeli and Saudi condemnation of the current first steps on the agreement with Iran goes beyond cynicism.
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour signs 'anti-protest law'
The law has been condemned by human rights activists as repressive and anti-democratic.
Middle East needs WMD experts to push the cause of arms control
Commentary: Training network focuses on building wide regional understanding of need for arms control and nonproliferation.
Here's what $230 million in US aid bought Egypt's military since the revolution
Despite the upheaval of the last two years, it was business as usual for US companies providing Egypt's tanks, helicopters, and bullets. GlobalPost looks at some of the key contracts.
Car bomb in Sinai kills 11 Egyptian soldiers
At least 11 soldiers were killed by a roadside bomb in the northern Sinai Peninsula, Egyptian security officials said.
Egyptian security forces storm Cairo's Tahrir Square on anniversary of deadly clashes
Hundreds if not thousands of protesters opposed to Egypt's military-backed government turned out to mark the second anniversary of deadly clashes in Tahrir Square.
Here's a plan to end the conflict in Syria: support Assad
Commentary: The US should back Assad now, end the fighting, and set conditions for his departure and a democratic transition.
Egypt's military government unveils Tahrir monument to fallen protesters (VIDEO)
Just hours after the pedestal was unveiled by Egypt's interim prime minister, it had already been defaced.
King Tut's sister stolen from museum in Egypt
Hundreds of other articles were stolen during August clashes between Islamist supporters and police.
Egypt says Russia is not a 'substitute for anyone' during high level meeting
'We are ready to help Egypt in all the fields where it seeks cooperation,' said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Egypt lifts 3-month-old state of emergency (VIDEO)
Egypt's government announced the end of a nationwide state of emergency Tuesday that was put in place following the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi.