- Egypt's president bars court challenges, orders Mubarak retrial
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has granted himself far-reaching powers and immunity from legal oversight and ordered the retrial of Hosni Mubarak.
- Violence keeps protest at bay in Zim
Similar, but very different to Egypt, Zimbabwe's citizens are simply too downtrodden to resist.
- Anger seethes in the Arab world
Protests and crackdowns follow successful uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia.
- Egypt's future has been written
After the US's invasion of Iraq, the American military took to reading TE Lawrence's Seven Pillars of Wisdom for after-the-act advice.
- Egypt prime minister shows popular touch in Tahrir Square
Egypt's new prime minister told thousands of demonstrators in Tahrir Square on Friday he was committed to the goals of their revolution.
- Egypt's spies dragged from shadows
New evidence of spying and torture by an Egyptian security agency has piled pressure on military rulers to abolish a hated symbol of the Mubarak era.
- Egypt plans September ballot, shortens curfew
Egypt will hold a parliamentary election in September, its military rulers said on Monday.
- After the revolution: Egyptians demand accountability
Protesters gathered in Cairo, Alexandria and other Egyptian cities on Friday, demanding that ousted president Hosni Mubarak be called to account.
- Official death toll in Egypt uprising doubles to over 800
Over 800 people were killed in the uprising against former president Mubarak - more than double the previous estimate, says Egypt's health ministry.
- Five dead, 54 wounded in Egyptian sectarian clashes
Five people were killed in a sectarian clash in Egypt on Saturday over a Christian woman who had allegedly converted to Islam.