President Mohamed Morsi has sworn in new ministers after a Cabinet reshuffle, in a move that falls short of opposition demands.
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has declared a state of emergency in three of the country's cities after dozens of people were in killed in protests.
Both sides' failure to follow the rules of political engagement has escalated acrimony and attacks, says Wadah Khanfar.
Egypt's rebellion of the judges against President Mohamed Morsi became complete with the country's highest court declaring a strike.
Mohamed Morsi is expected to set a date for a referendum on the constitution hastily approved by an Islamist-dominated drafting assembly.
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has granted himself far-reaching powers and immunity from legal oversight and ordered the retrial of Hosni Mubarak.
Early results in Libya's landmark poll show a moderate coalition led by premier Mahmoud Jibril leading traditionalist rivals the Muslim Brotherhood.
Celebrations over the first day in office of Egypt's new leader have been tempered by the continued dominance of the military in affairs of state.
Protesters filled Cairo's Tahrir Square for Friday prayers as Egypt's presidential candidates accused each other of trying to steal elections.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has claimed a historic victory for Mohammed Mursi in the country's first presidential election since a 2011 uprising.
Egyptians must decide between Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister of Hosni Mubarak, or Mohamed Morsy, a United States-educated engineer.
A moderate Islamist candidate has denounced Egypt's first round presidential poll as dishonest in the strongest criticism yet of the historic vote.
Vote counting has begun in Egypt's landmark election, which pitted stability against the ideals of the uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's rule.
Beyond Tahrir Square, Egypt's uprising is one that intersects with grassroots struggles in Europe and that's what the elites fear most.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has rallied support with campaign events throughout the nation in a final push ahead of Wednesday's presidential elections.
Egypt's worst violence in months has escalated clashes between political forces and the ruling military ahead of a landmark presidential election.
Authorities have disqualified presidential front-runners including Hosni Mubarak's spy chief and a Muslim Brotherhood candidate from the election.
Incensed Egyptians have laid the blame for a deadly riot on the Port Said security chief after an explosion of soccer violence left 74 people dead.
Thousands have flocked to Tahrir Square to mark the first anniversary of the Egypt uprising, amid angry debate over whether another revolt is needed.
Some see Egypt's newly elected Parliament as the triumphant fruit of upheaval but others see it as a weapon designed to subdue ongoing revolution.