Bomb Blast Targets Bus in Egyptian CapitalAt least one person killed when explosive device hurled at a public bus, according to reports.
Abbas Calls Arab League Meeting About Peace TalksMeeting set for December 21 as Abbas plans to brief Arab foreign ministers on floundering 'peace talks' with Israel.
Car Bomb Defused Near Egypt's CapitalEgyptian forces defuse a bomb placed in a car and primed to explode on a roadside near the capital Cairo.
Egypt to Hold Referendum on New ConstitutionEgypt announces referendum on an amended constitution as protesters take to the streets in defiance of new law.
Egypt: Two Dead in Clashes at Cairo UniversityTwo people killed in clashes between Egypt’s security forces and hundreds of students at the Al-Azhar University in Cairo.
Senior Security Officer Shot Dead in CairoAn officer who was in charge of monitoring Islamist groups shot dead by masked gunmen in Cairo.
Kerry: US Aid Cutoff Not a 'Punishment' for EgyptThe US was not trying to 'punish' Cairo by freezing aid, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in Cairo Sunday
Egypt: Police Storm University to Confront ProtestersEgyptian police entered the Al-Azhar University in Cairo to confront Islamist protesters, following a request from its administration.
Egypt: 3 Dead as Gunmen Fire on Coptic Christian WeddingThree people die as gunmen on motorcycles open fire on a wedding party outside a Coptic Christian church in Cairo.
Brotherhood Supporters Protest at Egypt's UniversitiesSupporters of the Muslim Brotherhood protest against the military at universities in Egypt.
Egypt's Brotherhood Challenges Verdict That Seized Group FundsMuslim Brotherhood tries to appeal a court verdict which seized group funds. Brotherhood says it was issued by an "incompetent court."
Death Toll in Egypt's Bloody Sunday Stands at 5151 people were killed and more than 246 wounded as Egyptian security forces clashed with Morsi supporters.
34 Killed in Cairo ClashesSupporters of anti-military coalition were stopped by force as they headed for Tahrir Square.
Egypt Releases 2 Canadians Detained Amid Cairo ClashesEgypt's military-backed authorities have released two Canadians held without charge for seven weeks, the Canadian government says.
Egypt: At Least 5 Dead in Cairo ClashesAt least five people killed in Cairo as thousands of supporters of ousted President Morsi clash with security forces.
Morsi Supporters Demonstrate in Tahrir SquareAnti-military protesters demonstrate in Cairo's Tahrir Square for the first time since President Mohammed Morsi was removed from office.
Cairo: More than 30 Killed in Attempted Islamist JailbreakAt least 36 Islamist prisoners were killed when gunmen ambushed trucks transferring detainees to a north Cairo prison.
British Tourists Warned: 'Stay in Hotels in Egyptian Resort'In wake of Friday's "Day of Rage" in Egypt, tourists were warned to take cover in their Hotels and to stay away from violent clashes.
Bloody Wednesday: Official Death Toll Tops 500BBC reporter saw at least 140 bodies wrapped in shrouds at the Eman mosque. Real toll could be in thousands.
One Dead in Clashes in CairoOne person killed in clashes in Cairo. Muslim Brotherhood claims police officers fired at their march.
Gunman Kills 10-year-old Christian Girl in EgyptJessica Boulous was shot and instantly killed in Cairo. Her uncles says violence against Christians “seems to be normal” in Egypt now.
Egyptian Police Break up Violent ClashesViolent clashes break out between supporters, opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi.
Egyptian Protesters Braced for Further ClashesAs of yet, the army's promised crackdown has not materialized, but protesters aren't taking any chances.
Egypt May Start Taking Action Against Morsi SupportersSecurity forces are expected to start taking action against supporters of ousted President Morsi who are staging sit-ins.
Egypt's President: No Concessions to Muslim BrotherhoodEgypt's interim president says that talks to end the crisis in the country have failed. Announcement may set the stage for more clashes.
Five Dead in Clashes During Egypt ProtestsFive people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of Egypt's ousted president in Alexandria.
Egypt Braces for Mass Demonstrations, as Army Ups StakesEgyptians are bracing for mass rallies Friday by supporters and opponents of former President Morsi over who has a mandate to rule.
Four People Killed in Ongoing Egypt ClashesFour people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi.
Egyptian Army Blocks Pro-Morsi ProtestersThe Egyptian army blocked streets leading to the Republican Guard House in Cairo to stop Morsi's supporters from reaching the building.
Cairo: Police Use Tear Gas on Morsi Supporters22 injured in clashes in Cairo's downtown between police forces and supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi.
US Officials Return to Middle EastUS officials return to the region for another round of shuttle diplomacy. Secy of State John Kerry is expected in Israel Tuesday night.
Ten Dead in Clashes Across Egypt10 dead and 210 wounded in clashes across Egypt, involving opponents and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
Egypt's New Interim President Mansour Sworn Into OfficeChief Justice Adly el-Mansour was officially sworn into office Thursday as the new transitional President of Egypt.
Cairo: Muslim Brotherhood HQ StormedBuilding was set on fire. People were seen leaving it with fire bombs, helmets, flak jackets, furniture and televisions.
Egyptians Brace for Sunday's 'Rage'Egyptians are bracing for what is developing into another revolution, this time to depose a democratically elected Islamist president.
American Killed in Clashes in EgyptTwo people, including one American, were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria.
NY-Bound Flight Makes Forced Landing Following ThreatA plane from Cairo bound for New York made an emergency landing in Scotland after a passenger discovered threatening letter onboard aircraft
Egypt Sentences Employees of Foreign NGOs to JailCairo court sentences 43 Egyptian and foreign employees of several NGOs to jail sentences. Kerry condemns.
High-Tech Solution to Judaism's 'Mystery of the Century'Mega-computer enlisted to unlock 1,000 year-old texts to study key developments in Judaism and relations with other nations and religions.
Egyptian Islamists Protest Against IsraelDozens of Islamist protesters gather at the Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, hold an anti-Israel demonstration.
Egypt: 39 Hurt in Clashes Between Islamists and OppositionAt least 39 hurt after opposition activists march on thousands of Islamists rallying outside the Supreme Court in Cairo.
Leader of Egyptian Jewish Community Brought to RestMore than a hundred mourners came to pay their last respects to Carmen Weinstein, who died this week at 84.
Egypt Keeping Gaza Peace with IsraelEgypt is largely responsible for helping to maintain the cease fire between Israel and Hamas terrorist-run Gaza, says a Mideast expert.
Games in Cairo Court Over Former President Hosni MubarakA Cairo court ordered the release of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak -- and then reversed itself on other charges and re-jailed him.
Egypt Suspends Tourist Flights from IranJust a week after Cairo resumed tourist flights from Tehran after more than 30 years, Egypt has already suspended them until June.
Egypt: One Killed in Clashes Between Muslims and CoptsOne killed in clashes at Cairo's Coptic cathedral, after funeral prayers for four Christians during which Copts chanted against Morsi.
Haniyeh in Cairo to Bemoan 'Israeli Truce Violations'Hamas leader Ismail Haniya traveled to Cairo on Saturday to discuss "Israeli violations" of truce following Operation Pillar of Defense.
Opposition, Islamists Clash in CairoOpposition protesters clash with Islamists near Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Cairo, after activists march to the building.
Hamas Ready to Implement Reconciliation 'Word for Word'Hamas says it is eager to sign a reconciliation deal with rival faction Fatah.
Egyptians Rally, Call on Army to Assume PowerHundreds of Egyptians demonstrated in Cairo to press for the army to assume power in a country plagued by unrest and instability.
Egypt: Verdict Over Soccer Violence Re-fuels UnrestA court verdict over deadly soccer violence sparks fresh unrest in Egypt, with two people killed.
Egypt's 'Eye Sniper' Sentenced to Three YearsEgyptian police officer nicknamed the "eye sniper" was sentenced to three years in prison for involvement in deadly Cairo clashes.
Kerry in Egypt to Press for Political ConsensusKerry in Cairo plans to underline the need for a political consensus to overcome Egypt's crippling economic crisis.
Cairo: Protesters Block Doors to Administrative BuildingProtesters block the doors to Cairo's main administrative building as part of a growing campaign against President Mohammed Morsi.
Traditional Belly Dance TV Banned by Egyptian CourtThe Islamization of Egypt continues, with the nation’s court ordering a TV channel off the air that broadcasts belly dance clips.
Egypt to Arm Policemen in Wake of Cop ProtestsEgypt will arm low ranking policemen with pistols, after they held protests demanding weapons and better work conditions.
Israeli Security Delegation Arrives for Talks in CairoA four-man Israeli security delegation arrived in Cairo, according to Arabic media sources.