Bloody Friday Kills 11 Across EgyptAt least 11 protesters killed as Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces clash in Egypt.
Egypt Probes Telecoms Company Over Alleged 'Terror Ad'Egyptian prosecutors probing Vodafone over claims its advertisement contains coded messages calling for terrorist attacks.
Egypt's Interim President Promises Elections Within 7 MonthsEgypt's interim president, Adly Mansour, says the government is committed to holding elections within seven months.
Egypt: Third Trial Announced for Deposed MorsiMorsi along with members of Hamas and Hezbollah to be tried for a prison break and the murder of officers during the 2011 uprising.
Video: Water Hurled as Egyptian TV Political Debate Turns UglyA televised debate on the political situation in Egypt turns ugly, as participants throw water at one another.
Muslim Brotherhood Leader Appears in CourtMohammed Badie says his movement perpetrated no violence as he appears in court for the first time since his arrest.
Egypt: 21 Morsi Supporters to be ReleasedCourts in Egypt order the release Saturday of 21 women and girls jailed over an Islamist opposition protest.
Hagel Expresses Concern Over New Egypt Protest LawU.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel phones his Egyptian counterpart, voices concerns about new law that curbs protests.
Egypt: 21 Female Morsi Supporters Given Prison SentenceCourt in Egypt sentences 21 female supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi to 11 years in prison.
3 Dead in Clashes Across Egypt10-year-old child among dead as thousands of Morsi supporters mark 100 days since a deadly crackdown on sit-ins.
Kerry: Muslim Brotherhood 'Stole' Egypt's RevolutionIn his harshest remarks yet against the Muslim Brotherhood, John Kerry accuses the movement of “stealing Egypt's revolution”.
Egypt to End State of Emergency As ScheduledA state of emergency that has been in place for the past three months will expire as scheduled, says Egypt's Interior Minister.
Muslim Brotherhood: Army Collaborating with 'Zionists'Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: the military regime is working with companies employing "Zionists".
Egypt to Hold Presidential Elections in the SummerEgypt will hold parliamentary elections in February or March, with presidential polls in early summer, says Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy.
Egypt on High Alert for Morsi's TrialSome 20,000 police officers and soldiers will be on hand as the trial of Egypt's ousted president begins on Monday.
Kerry Urges Egypt to End State of EmergencyU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urges Egypt's interim rulers not to extend the state of emergency when it ends later this month.
Egypt Warns Muslim Brotherhood Against ProtestsEgypt says it will take any legal action to combat violence during protests against Morsi's trial.
Egypt Braces for More Protests As Morsi's Trial ApproachesMuslim Brotherhood to begin fresh protests starting Friday, in preparation for the first court session in Morsi's trial.
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.
U.S. Lawmakers Speak Out Against Cutting Off Aid to EgyptU.S. lawmakers urge the White House to lift its suspension of military aid to Egypt, a key regional ally.
Morsi Rejects the Authority of His CourtEgypt's ousted president has rejected the authority of the court that is due to try him next week.
Police Use Tear Gas to Disperse Egyptian ProtestersThousands of people took part in pro and anti-government protests across Egypt on Friday.
Pro-Morsi Group Calls for Protests During TrialAn Islamist alliance backing Mohammed Morsi urges supporters to protest on November 4, when his trial begins.
Egypt's FM to U.S.: Cut Off Aid and You Will Hurt YourselfIf the U.S. cuts off aid to Egypt, it will hurt itself as well as its friends in the region, says Egypt’s Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy.
Amnesty: Live Ammo Was Used on Pro-Morsi ProtestersEgyptian security forces used live ammunition to disperse supporters of ousted president Morsi, charges Amnesty International.
Morsi's Family: He Will Never Give UpFamily of deposed Egyptian president says he will never negotiate with the country's military "even if his soul is the price."
Protester Killed in Egypt ClashesOne protester was killed after security forces shoot at a march by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
Morsi's Trial to Begin in NovemberThe trial of Egypt's deposed president on charges of inciting the murder of protesters will start on November 4.
State Department Confirms Cut in U.S. Aid to EgyptThe Obama administration will cut hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Egypt until "progress" is made in restoring democracy.
Brotherhood Supporters Protest at Egypt's UniversitiesSupporters of the Muslim Brotherhood protest against the military at universities in Egypt.
Report: U.S. to Cut Off Aid to EgyptThe United States will cut off aid to Egypt in the wake of the July coup and the turmoil that has followed, says U.S. official.
Egypt's Al-Sissi: Morsi's Ousting Prevented a Civil WarEgypt’s armed forces ousted former President Mohammed Morsi to avoid a “civil war,” says army chief in an interview.
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.
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.
Jordan Arrests 3 for Supporting Egypt's Muslim BrotherhoodThree Jordanian men have been arrested for carrying posters supporting Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
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.
Egypt Freezes Brotherhood's Assets, Arrests its SpokesmanEgypt continues its ongoing crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt Threatens Islamist Protesters with CrackdownEgypt's interior ministry warns Islamist protesters it will crack down on them if they block roads or obstruct traffic.
U.S. Calls on Egypt to Cancel State of Emergency"We remain opposed, as we have from the beginning, to the state of emergency" in Egypt, says State Department.
Head of Egyptian Movement Survives Assassination AttemptGunmen open fire on car of head of Egypt's Tamarod youth movement, which led protests against ousted president.
Egyptian Judicial Body: Dissolve Muslim BrotherhoodState Commissioners Authority recommends that the Muslim Brotherhood be dissolved and its headquarters closed.
Another Senior Muslim Brotherhood Member Arrested in EgyptEgyptian security forces have arrested Muslim Brotherhood leading figure Saad El-Husseini, the latest in a string of arrests.
Morsi to be Tried for Inciting to MurderEgypt's state prosecutor refers ousted President Mohammed Morsi for trial on charges of inciting the murder of protesters.
Egypt: 6 Dead in Clashes During ProtestsAt least six people killed in Egypt as violent clashes erupt between Morsi supporters and security forces.
Lawyer: Muslim Brotherhood's 'Supreme Guide' Abused by PoliceA lawyer for Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood says that Mohammed Badie was beaten by police during his arrest last week.
Erdogan: Why Did Washington Condemn My Remarks on Israel?Turkish Prime Minister criticizes the United States for its response to his claims of Israel's involvement in the Egypt crisis.
Morsi Supporters Call for 'Day of Martyrs' on FridaySupporters of deposed Egyptian president call on Egyptians to hold "Friday of Martyrs" protests against the military.
Egyptian Networks Cancel Turkish Soaps in 'Revenge' on ErdoganSeveral Egyptian TV channels boycott Turkish drama series, in protest against Erdogan’s condemnation of the country's coup.
Egypt Considering Banning the Muslim BrotherhoodThe Egyptian government is deliberating whether to ban the Muslim Brotherhood in the wake of the latest violence.
Egypt: Scores Dead in Bloody 'Day of Rage'At least 80 people died in Cairo alone, as a Muslim Brotherhood-led "day of rage" turned to bloodshed.
Egypt Death Toll Tops 600, Security Council to MeetThe death toll from the violent clashes in Egypt has surpassed 600, according to updated figures.
U.S. May Cancel Joint Exercise with EgyptOfficial says U.S. is considering cancelling a joint military exercise with Egypt because of the violence in the country.
Signs of a Rebellion in Egypt's Army?Local Egyptian website publishes a statement by Egyptian officers in which they denounce the army's intervention in political affairs.
One Dead in Clashes in CairoOne person killed in clashes in Cairo. Muslim Brotherhood claims police officers fired at their march.
Morsi's Remand Extended by 15 DaysEgypt’s judiciary extended the detention of the ousted president pending investigation into his alleged collaboration with Hamas.
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.