Egypt Protests

Egypt’s future looks utterly bleak

The Egyptian state seems unwilling to rein in its onslaught and the Muslim Brotherhood is unlikely to curtail its street presence.

Egypt’s ElBaradei faces court for ‘betrayal of trust’

Mohamed ElBaradei, Egypt's former vice-president, will be sued for a "betrayal of trust" over his decision to quit the army-backed government.

Egypt’s Cabinet to debate fate of Brotherhood

Egypt's deputy prime minister will propose a way out of a bloody confrontation between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Egypt mulls Brotherhood ban

Security forces cleared a Cairo mosque after a gunbattle on Saturday, while Egypt's government considered banning the Muslim Brotherhood.

With Egypt in chaos, Mubarak misses court session

The retrial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on charges of conspiracy to kill protesters convened in the absence of the deposed autocrat.

‘Later, they set fire to the hospital’

Egypt’s military has been brutally thorough in its crackdown on the deposed president’s supporters.

Pressure steps up on US to end its $1.3bn aid to Egypt

Despite global criticism of Egypt's security crackdown on protesters, the US has not pledged to put a ban on its $1.3-billion in annual aid to Egypt.

Blood and chaos on Egypt’s streets

Egyptian security forces have crushed a protest camp of thousands of supporters of the deposed president, shooting dead scores of people.

Egypt: ElBaradei quits in protest at crackdown

Scores of Egyptians have been killed after security forces moved in on protesters demanding the reinstatement of former president Mohamed Morsi.

Egyptian army prepares crackdown on pro-Morsi protests

Egyptian police are expected to start taking action early on Monday, a move which could trigger more bloodshed.

Dozens shot dead as Egypt descends into turmoil

The US urged Egypt to pull "back from the brink" after security forces killed dozens of supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi on Saturday.

Egypt: More than 70 dead in clashes at Morsi rallies

At least 74 supporters of Egypt's ousted Islamist president have been shot dead during clashes with security forces, officials said.


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20th Edition of the National Teaching Awards

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Awards affirm the vital work that teachers do

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