Al-Jazeera is only one part of a puzzle of the growing restrictions on the freedom of expression of ordinary Egyptians, writes Azad Essa.
After weeks of mounting criticism, Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy has announced the resignation of Egypt's interim Cabinet.
A report says state authorities have either turned a blind eye or colluded with perpetrators in the kidnapping and abuse of Eritrean refugees.
Denying Arab states from the 8th Pan-African Congress is a mark of the organisation's continued exclusionary behaviour.
A coalition has called for a boycott of Egypt's vote for a new constitution, which some see as an "indictor" of the army chief's presidential bid.
A US team in Egypt has identified the tomb of Pharaoh Sobekhotep I, believed to be the founder of the 13th dynasty 3 800 years ago.
At least 17 people have been killed during clashes between supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and police in Egypt.
Judicial sources have revealed that Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi, alongside some Hamas members, will go on trial on January 28.
One student is dead and scores have been arrested amid clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and Egyptian police at a Cairo university campus.
After a car bomb killed 14 people in Mansoura, Egypt's prime minister has labelled the Islamist party, the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist group.
Egypt's new constitution, according to a draft text completed on Saturday, will bolster the military's hand and ban religious parties.
Egypt's public prosecutor has referred ousted president Hosni Mubarak to a new trial on charges of misappropriating public funds to renovate homes.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood wants to bring an end to the bloodshed which has plagued the country since the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi.
Morsi accuses defence minister of betraying Egypt, saying there will be no peace until he is reinstated.
The unreformed laws that let Hosni Mubarak off the hook may be used against ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, writes Magdi Abdelhadi.
The trial of ousted Egyptian president Morsi over his alleged involvement in the death of protesters has been adjourned to January.
Deposed Egypt president Mohamed Morsi is due in court on Monday along with 14 other senior Muslim Brotherhood figures on charges of inciting violence.
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Students backing Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi have stormed the administrative offices of a state-run university in Cairo.