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.
Egypt military plane crashes near Luxor, killing 1 villager
An Egyptian air force fighter jet crashed in the country's south, reportedly setting a number of homes on fire.
Terror in the Sinai: 3 Questions with GlobalPost's Cairo correspondent
How does violence in the Sinai Peninsula figure into the rest of Egypt's security crisis? GlobalPost's correspondent explains.
Egypt angered by US military aid suspension
Egyptian authorities slammed the United States' decision to withhold some aid, vowing not to 'surrender to American pressure.'
The language of dumplings is universal
Who doesn't like a tiny present wrapped in dough?
US withholds some military aid for Egypt: State Department
The Obama administration earlier denied reports that America would cut all aid flowing to Egypt in the wake of democratically-elected President Morsi's overthrow.
Egypt's Sisi does not rule out presidential bid
The general is easily the county's most popular political figure after he ousted president Mohamed Morsi and appointed an interim government in July.
US to suspend most military aid to Egypt, reports say
The Obama administration is expected to suspend most "nonessential" military aid to Egypt in the wake of this summer's turmoil, although the White House denies the reports.
Egypt's 'war on terror' throwing political transition off course
The past week has seen some of Egypt's bloodiest days since the military's violent coup in July.
Militants launch Egypt attacks after deadly clashes
Militants in Egypt launched three attacks on Monday, a day after dozens were killed in clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
Clashes break out in Egypt, Brotherhood supporter killed: Witnesses
Clashes erupted in several Egyptian cities on Friday after supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood took to the streets to demand the end of army-backed rule, in defiance of a security crackdown.
Masked gunmen kill 2 Egyptian soldiers
Masked gunmen fired on a military vehicle near the Egyptian city of Ismailiya on Friday, killing two soldiers and wounding an officer and another soldier, a security official said.
US-Iran thaw: Netanyahu's personal high noon
As the Israeli prime minister heads to Washington, this is the moment much of his career has led to.