Al-Jazeera staffers are found guilty despite clearly flawed evidence presented by the prosecution.
Morsi accuses defence minister of betraying Egypt, saying there will be no peace until he is reinstated.
The Egyptian state seems unwilling to rein in its onslaught and the Muslim Brotherhood is unlikely to curtail its street presence.
Egypt’s military has been brutally thorough in its crackdown on the deposed president’s supporters.
Egypt's women increasingly at risk of rape and sexual assault as rights groups warn of a step up in attacks.
Iran's foreign ministry has criticised the killing of four Shi'ite Egyptians by a hostile crowd, saying such extremism violated the tenets of Islam.
Egypt's army says it will step-in if demonstrations turn riotous because protests against Mohamed Morsi are "an attack on the will of the people".
Since the 2011 uprising, Egypt’s coastal resorts have begun courting the conservative Muslim tourist.
Kim Jong-il impersonator fears his career might have run its course after the death of the North Korean leader.
Surfers will now be tested for illegal substances before major competitions, a move that some believe could damage the sport's subversive allure.