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.
Egypt the worst Arab country for women's rights: Poll
A poll of gender experts by the Thomson Reuters Foundation looked at women's rights, treatment and representation in 22 Arab countries.
Egyptian court upholds Muslim Brotherhood ban
A court in September had outlawed the Brotherhood after the army overthrew President Mohamed Morsi in July following mass protests against his rule.
Egypt's Morsi trial: Chaos, with a drop of pandemonium
News Analysis: ‘I am Dr. Mohamed Morsi and I am president of the republic,’ he shouted from a cage in the the Cairo courtroom. ‘This is not a court. This is a coup.’
Trial of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi opened and adjourned
The deposed president, held in prison since July 3, is accused of incitement to murder.
Morsi on trial: 3 questions with Egypt correspondent Louisa Loveluck
GlobalPost's Cairo correspondent explains why Egypt's ousted president is on trial, and why it matters.
John Kerry sees signs of democratic progress in Egypt
The US secretary of state made his first visit to Cairo since the Egyptian military took back control of government.
Satirist’s rise to fame and censure an allegory for Egypt’s press freedom
Bassem Youssef's suspension has raised fears that the space for dissent, already limited under Morsi, has grown even narrower under Egypt’s new authorities.
Muslim Brotherhood protests erupt in Egypt ahead of Morsi trial
Thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters demonstrated across Egypt as the country prepares for the trial of ousted President Mohamed Morsi on charges of inciting murder.
Bassem Youssef's El-Bernameg off the air in Egypt after show suspended
The show's host, Bassem Youssef, left Cairo Friday morning on his way to Abu Dhabi, along with his aide Ahmed Abbas.
Judge in Brotherhood trial withdraws, case indefinitely adjourned
Judge Mohamed Amin Fahmi al-Qarmouty announced the decision at the start of the session, referring the case to another court.
Egypt suspends kung fu gold medallist over pro-Islamist shirt
The gold medalist wore a T-shirt emblazoned with a black hand giving a four finger salute, the sign of the Islamist Rabaa al-Adawiya protest camp that police violently dispersed in August.
UAE to give Egypt $4.9B in aid
The United Arab Emirates has agreed to give Egypt $4.9 billion in aid.
Egypt military officers back army chief for president
Army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted Egypt's first freely-elected president, Mohamed Morsi, the man who appointed him, in July.
Egypt: Gunmen kill 3 in attack on Coptic Christian church
An 8-year-old girl was one of three people killed when gunmen opened fire outside a church in Cairo late Sunday.
Swiss seize one million fake Xanax pills
Swiss customs agents have seized one million fake Xanax pills at Zurich airport.
In Tunisia, a glimmer of hope for a stable government
Commentary: The White House cannot make the same political miscalculation in Tunisia that it did in Egypt.
In Egypt, political footballs are just that
After Ghana handed Egypt a 6-1 thrashing in World Cup qualifying, the beautiful game takes on ugly political and religious overtones.
US military aid freeze to Egypt is a symbol, not a blow
The suspension of a chunk of Egypt's military aid is little more than a slap on the wrist for a country with which the US wishes to maintain strong ties.
American detainee found dead in Egyptian jail
James Lunn, a former US soldier arrested after a car bombing in northern Sinai in August, was found hanging by his shoelaces and a belt from a bathroom door in an Egyptian jail on Sunday.