Morsi's Lawyers Appeal Jail SentenceLawyers for Egypt's deposed Islamist president appeal his sentencing to 20 years in prison for the arrest and torture of protesters.
Mubarak and Sons Sent to Jail for CorruptionFormer Egyptian president and his two sons sent to three years in prison on corruption accusations.
Former Morsi Aide Jailed for Three YearsMorsi's former chief of staff jailed for three years, after he was convicted of abusing his powers.
HRW Condemns Egypt Over Brotherhood VerdictsHuman Rights Watch says decision to sentence alleged Brotherhood members to death is "blatantly unjust".
Sinai Terrorists Kill 10 Egyptian SoldiersTen Egyptian soldiers killed and 17 injured in several concurrent attacks by armed groups in southern Sheikh Zuweid.
Egypt Names 18 Brotherhood Members as TerroristsEgypt's top prosecutor names 18 Muslim Brotherhood members, including leader Mohammed Badie, as terrorists.
Mubarak's Former Interior Minister AcquittedFormer Egyptian minister Habib al-Adly cleared of illegally accumulating $25 million and will be released.
Egypt: Judges who Supported Brotherhood to RetireEgyptian court orders 41 judges into compulsory retirement for supporting the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt Executes Muslim Brotherhood SupporterEgypt executes a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood for a murder committed during riots in mid-2013.
Explosion in Cairo Kills Two, Wounds NineTwo killed and nine wounded in a bomb explosion outside the Egyptian supreme court in Cairo.
'I'm Still Egypt's President', Insists MorsiFormer Egyptian president charged with leaking documents to Qatar, declares he doesn't recognize the court's authority.
Egypt Court Releases 2 Al-Jazeera JournalistsEgyptian court orders the release of Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed pending retrial.
Canada Hopes Egypt will Free Journalist SoonCanada’s Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says he is hopeful Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy will be released soon.
Egypt Releases Al-Jazeera ReporterAustralian Peter Greste, a reporter for Al-Jazeera, released from Egyptian prison after more than a year behind bars.
Cairo: 15 Dead in ClashesPolice and Islamists collide on anniversary of uprising that ousted then-President Hosni Mubarak.
Mubarak's Conviction on Corruption OverturnedCourt overturns 86-year-old former Egyptian president's conviction on corruption charges, orders retrial.
Summing Up 2014 in the Middle EastThe Arab Spring hopes are a distant dream but ISIS is real.
Egyptian Officer and Soldier Killed by BombRoadside bomb strikes an Egyptian army vehicle, killing an officer and a soldier in the Sinai.
Obama Expresses Concern Over Mass Trials in EgyptObama speaks to his Egyptian counterpart, urges him to "invest in the political, economic, and social aspirations of the Egyptian people."
Egypt Refers 439 Islamists to Trial for ViolenceEgypt’s top prosecutor refers 439 people to military tribunals for acts of violence, including the killing of three policemen.
Egypt: Court Suggests Death for 4 B'hood LeadersA Cairo court refers four Muslim Brotherhood leaders to Egypt's grand mufti to consider the death penalty.
Egypt: Death to 188 Brotherhood Supporters188 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood sentenced to death over a 2013 attack on a police station near Cairo.
Sisi: Egypt is Going Forward, Not BackwardsEgypt’s President says the country will never return to the ways of the past, after a court acquits former leader Hosni Mubarak.
One Dead in Cairo Clashes After Mubarak AcquittedOne person killed in in clashes that erupted after an Egyptian court dismissed a murder charge against former President.
Two Killed During Islamist Protests in EgyptTwo people killed in clashes between protesters and Egyptian police in Cairo, as Islamists take to the streets.
Egypt Bracing for Islamist Protests on FridayEgyptian authorities bracing for potential violence following calls by Islamists for nationwide protests.
Egypt: 78 Teens Who Support Morsi Sent to PrisonCourt in Egypt sentences 78 youth, aged 13 to 17, to up to five years in prison for protesting with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Bomb Explodes Near Train Station in Southern EgyptBomb goes off near a train station in southern Egypt, three other explosive devices found on railway tracks in the region.
Prosecutors Ask for Death Sentence for MorsiProsecutors ask for the death sentence for ousted Islamist Egyptian president and other Muslim Brotherhood leaders in espionage trial.
Sinai Jihadists Claim Attack Which Killed SoldiersAnsar Bayt Al-Maqdis, Egypt's deadliest terrorist group, claims responsibility for a suicide attack last month that killed 30 soldiers.
Terrorists Attack Egyptian Vessel in MediterraneanAn Egyptian navy vessel comes under attack in the Mediterranean, leaving eight servicemen missing at sea.
28 Egyptian Soldiers Killed in Sinai AttackCar bomb in Sinai Peninsula kills 28 soldiers, one of the deadliest attacks against security forces since 2013.
Leader of Sinai Jihadist Group ArrestedMilitary forces in Egypt arrest the leader of the military wing of the Ansar Bayt Al-Maqdis terrorist group.
Egypt: 9 Hurt in Explosion Near Cairo CourtExplosion near Egypt's High Court of Justice in central Cairo hurts nine civilians.
Egypt Sentences 68 Brotherhood Supporters to Jail68 Muslim Brotherhood supporters given jail terms in a case related to deadly violence following Morsi's ouster.
Verdict in Mubarak's Trial PostponedEgyptian court postpones a verdict in the retrial of former President on charges of corruption and killing protesters.
Clashes in Cairo as Morsi Supporters RiotThree people killed in Cairo as supporters of ousted Islamist President protest for a second straight day.
Egypt: Train Bomb Blast Kills 5 as Islamists RiotA bomb blast in a train in Alexandria wounds five people, as Islamists mark the first anniversary of the ouster of Mohammed Morsi.
Brotherhood Leader Given Another Death SentenceEgyptian court sentences Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie and 13 others to death over violence last summer.
Mubarak's Former Minister Acquitted of CorruptionEgyptian court acquits former interior minister under Hosni Mubarak of charges of corruption and money laundering.
Sisi Promises to Fight Terrorism in First SpeechIn his first speech as Egypt's president, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi says there will be "no leniency" with those who use violence.
Sisi: Egypt is Moving Forward, Not BackwardsEgypt’s newly elected president promises to "please Egyptians through actions and not through words."
Leader of Sinai Al-Qaeda-Inspired Group EliminatedThe leader of Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, which fired rockets from the Sinai towards Eilat, killed in drive-by shooting.
Brotherhood Leader: We Fight Jews, Not EgyptiansSpiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood says his movement is honored to be considered an enemy of Israel.
1 Killed, 6 Hurt in Sinai Bomb AttackOne Egyptian killed as two men on a motorcycle throw a bomb at a security vehicle in the Sinai.
Egypt: 3 Killed in Shooting at Cairo UniversityAssailants shoot and kill three policemen at university which has been the site of protests.
Egypt Jails More than 160 Brotherhood MembersEgypt's crackdown on Islamists continues, judge hands down 10-year jail terms to 126 Brotherhood supporters.
Egypt: 79 Morsi Supporters Given Jail Terms79 supporters of ousted Egyptian president given jail terms of between five and 10 years over their involvement in deadly clashes.
ICC Rejects Request to Probe Egypt's MilitaryICC says it rejected a bid by the Muslim Brotherhood to probe the military's alleged crimes against humanity in Egypt.
Egypt Rejects Criticism of Mass Death SentenceEgypt's Justice Minister slams the world for "outside interference" after Cairo is criticized for mass death sentences.
Senator Holds Egypt Funding Over Mass TrialSenator Patrick Leahy says he will not approve sending funds to the Egyptian military, after 683 Islamists are sentenced to death.
Egypt Court Sentences 683 Islamists to DeathSupreme Guide Mohamed Badie was among those found guilty of attacking Adawa police station and killing a policeman.
Morsi Supporters Receive 5 to 88 YearsCourt in Egypt sentences 11 supporters of ousted President to prison terms ranging from five to 88 years for rioting.
2 Dead in Clashes in EgyptTwo killed in clashes in the Egyptian city of Fayoum, as Morsi supporters continue protest campaign against his overthrow.
Morsi's Daughter: Man in Prison is Not My FatherThe daughter of former Egyptian President claims the televised footage showing the ousted leader in prison is not of her father.
Former Egyptian President's Widow Slams U.S.Jehan Sadat, widow of Anwar Sadat, says she is “sick and tired” of U.S. policy towards Egypt.
Al-Qaeda Head's Brother to Face Trial in EgyptAl-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri's brother will stand trial with 67 others for forming a "terrorist group" and plotting attacks.