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Egypt June 30 Revolution

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Egypt Sentences 2 Morsi Supporters to Death

Two Islamists who were convicted of throwing youths off an apartment block roof sentenced to death.

Egypt Sentences 2 Morsi Supporters to Death

Egypt's Army Backs Sisi for Presidency

Egypt's top military body backs Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to run for the presidency. He is expected to resign as army chief within days.

Egypt's Army Backs Sisi for Presidency

Egypt's Sisi: I'll Run if the People Demand It

Egypt's popular army chief says he would run for president if the people demand it and the military supports him.

Egypt's Sisi: I'll Run if the People Demand It

Bloody Friday Kills 11 Across Egypt

At least 11 protesters killed as Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces clash in Egypt.

Bloody Friday Kills 11 Across Egypt

Egypt Probes Company Over Alleged 'Terror Ad'

Egyptian prosecutors probing Vodafone over claims its advertisement contains coded messages calling for terrorist attacks.

Egypt Probes Telecoms Company Over Alleged 'Terror Ad'

Egypt's President: Elections Within 7 Months

Egypt's interim president, Adly Mansour, says the government is committed to holding elections within seven months.

Egypt's Interim President Promises Elections Within 7 Months

Egypt: Third Trial Announced for Deposed Morsi

Morsi along with members of Hamas and Hezbollah to be tried for a prison break and the murder of officers during the 2011 uprising.

Egypt: Third Trial Announced for Deposed Morsi

Video: Water Hurled as Egyptian Debate Turns Ugly

A televised debate on the political situation in Egypt turns ugly, as participants throw water at one another.

Video: Water Hurled as Egyptian TV Political Debate Turns Uglyplayer

Muslim Brotherhood Leader Appears in Court

Mohammed Badie says his movement perpetrated no violence as he appears in court for the first time since his arrest.

Muslim Brotherhood Leader Appears in Court

Egypt: 21 Morsi Supporters to be Released

Courts in Egypt order the release Saturday of 21 women and girls jailed over an Islamist opposition protest.

Egypt: 21 Morsi Supporters to be Released

Hagel Concerned Over New Egypt Protest Law

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel phones his Egyptian counterpart, voices concerns about new law that curbs protests.

Hagel Expresses Concern Over New Egypt Protest Law

Female Morsi Supporters Given Prison Sentence

Court in Egypt sentences 21 female supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi to 11 years in prison.

Egypt: 21 Female Morsi Supporters Given Prison Sentence

3 Dead in Clashes Across Egypt

10-year-old child among dead as thousands of Morsi supporters mark 100 days since a deadly crackdown on sit-ins.

3 Dead in Clashes Across Egypt

Kerry: Brotherhood 'Stole' Egypt's Revolution

In his harshest remarks yet against the Muslim Brotherhood, John Kerry accuses the movement of “stealing Egypt's revolution”.

Kerry: Muslim Brotherhood 'Stole' Egypt's Revolution

Egypt to End State of Emergency As Scheduled

A state of emergency that has been in place for the past three months will expire as scheduled, says Egypt's Interior Minister.

Egypt to End State of Emergency As Scheduled

Brotherhood: Army Collaborating with 'Zionists'

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: the military regime is working with companies employing "Zionists".

Muslim Brotherhood: Army Collaborating with 'Zionists'

Egypt to Hold Elections in the Summer

Egypt will hold parliamentary elections in February or March, with presidential polls in early summer, says Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy.

Egypt to Hold Presidential Elections in the Summer

Egypt on High Alert for Morsi's Trial

Some 20,000 police officers and soldiers will be on hand as the trial of Egypt's ousted president begins on Monday.

Egypt on High Alert for Morsi's Trial

Kerry Urges Egypt to End State of Emergency

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urges Egypt's interim rulers not to extend the state of emergency when it ends later this month.

Kerry Urges Egypt to End State of Emergency

Egypt Warns Muslim Brotherhood Against Protests

Egypt says it will take any legal action to combat violence during protests against Morsi's trial.

Egypt Warns Muslim Brotherhood Against Protests

Egypt Braces for More Protests

Muslim Brotherhood to begin fresh protests starting Friday, in preparation for the first court session in Morsi's trial.

Egypt Braces for More Protests As Morsi's Trial Approaches

Egypt: Police Storm University

Egyptian police entered the Al-Azhar University in Cairo to confront Islamist protesters, following a request from its administration.

Egypt: Police Storm University to Confront Protesters

U.S. Lawmakers Against Cutting Off Aid to Egypt

U.S. lawmakers urge the White House to lift its suspension of military aid to Egypt, a key regional ally.

U.S. Lawmakers Speak Out Against Cutting Off Aid to Egypt

Morsi Rejects the Authority of His Court

Egypt's ousted president has rejected the authority of the court that is due to try him next week.

Morsi Rejects the Authority of His Court

Police Use Tear Gas to Disperse Egyptians

Thousands of people took part in pro and anti-government protests across Egypt on Friday.

Police Use Tear Gas to Disperse Egyptian Protesters

Pro-Morsi Group Calls for Protests During Trial

An Islamist alliance backing Mohammed Morsi urges supporters to protest on November 4, when his trial begins.

Pro-Morsi Group Calls for Protests During Trial

Egypt's FM: Cut Off Aid and You Will Hurt Yourself

If 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.

Egypt's FM to U.S.: Cut Off Aid and You Will Hurt Yourself

Amnesty: Live Ammo Was Used on Protesters

Egyptian security forces used live ammunition to disperse supporters of ousted president Morsi, charges Amnesty International.

Amnesty: Live Ammo Was Used on Pro-Morsi Protesters

Morsi's Family: He Will Never Give Up

Family of deposed Egyptian president says he will never negotiate with the country's military "even if his soul is the price."

Morsi's Family: He Will Never Give Up

Protester Killed in Egypt Clashes

One protester was killed after security forces shoot at a march by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

Protester Killed in Egypt Clashes

Morsi's Trial to Begin in November

The trial of Egypt's deposed president on charges of inciting the murder of protesters will start on November 4.

Morsi's Trial to Begin in November

State Department Confirms Cut in U.S. Aid to Egypt

The Obama administration will cut hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Egypt until "progress" is made in restoring democracy.

State Department Confirms Cut in U.S. Aid to Egypt

Brotherhood Supporters Protest at Universities

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood protest against the military at universities in Egypt.

Brotherhood Supporters Protest at Egypt's Universities

Report: U.S. to Cut Off Aid to Egypt

The 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.

Report: U.S. to Cut Off Aid to Egypt

Al-Sissi: Morsi's Ousting Prevented a Civil War

Egypt’s armed forces ousted former President Mohammed Morsi to avoid a “civil war,” says army chief in an interview.

Egypt's Al-Sissi: Morsi's Ousting Prevented a Civil War

Death Toll in Egypt's Bloody Sunday Stands at 51

51 people were killed and more than 246 wounded as Egyptian security forces clashed with Morsi supporters.

Death Toll in Egypt's Bloody Sunday Stands at 51

Egypt: At Least 5 Dead in Cairo Clashes

At least five people killed in Cairo as thousands of supporters of ousted President Morsi clash with security forces.

Egypt: At Least 5 Dead in Cairo Clashes

Jordan Arrests 3 for Supporting Brotherhood

Three Jordanian men have been arrested for carrying posters supporting Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.

Jordan Arrests 3 for Supporting Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

Morsi Supporters Demonstrate in Tahrir Square

Anti-military protesters demonstrate in Cairo's Tahrir Square for the first time since President Mohammed Morsi was removed from office.

Morsi Supporters Demonstrate in Tahrir Square

Egypt Freezes Brotherhood's Assets

Egypt continues its ongoing crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.

Egypt Freezes Brotherhood's Assets, Arrests its Spokesman