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Blood, fear cast pall over Ramadan

Secular and fundamentalist friction rages as Egyptian military cracks down on coup backlash.

Egypt embassy in SA: We’re safe for travel

Egypt's embassy in Pretoria says it is safe to travel to the North African nation, despite political upheaval after the ousting of its president.

Security forces shoot dead 16 Morsi supporters in Egypt

Egypt's security forces have shot dead 16 Islamist activists during a protest in Cairo calling for ousted president Mohamed Morsi to be reinstated.

Confusion over prime minister adds to Egypt’s crisis

Egypt's transition has stumbled after the choice of Mohamed ElBaradei as interim prime minister was thrown into doubt by Islamist objections.

Arab Spring failure to grow Egypt economy helped ignite the Morsi uprising

The rage that helped topple Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi was nurtured by a failure to deliver the green shoots of economic recovery.

Egyptian opposition’s rap sheet against Morsi

Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi stands accused of failing to govern democratically and being autocratic and incompetent.

Sexual assault reports soar in Egypt

A new wave of sexual assaults by groups of men targeting women during anti-government protests in Cairo's central Tahrir Square has been reported.

Egypt opposition sets Tuesday deadline for Morsi to go

The movement behind nationwide anti-Morsi protests has given him until Tuesday to resign, threatening a campaign of civil disobedience if he stays.

How to oust a president (again), Egyptian-style

After 18 days of mass protests in 2011, Egyptians succeeded in ousting a president they were unhappy with. Can they do it again this weekend?

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