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The videos behind Egypt’s unrest

An Egyptian businessman in exile in Spain has been sparking protests back home with his posts

Egypt’s ousted president Morsi jailed for 20 years

Mohammed Morsi has been convicted of ordering the arrest and torture of protesters involved in the 2012 clashes in Cairo.

Militants claim responsibility for Egypt bombing

A newly formed militant group has claimed responsibility for an attack on a police checkpoint in Cairo's twin city of Giza that wounded six people.

Many killed during clashes in Egypt

At least 17 people have been killed during clashes between supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and police in Egypt.

Egypt: Army chief singled out for treason

Morsi accuses defence minister of betraying Egypt, saying there will be no peace until he is reinstated.

Pro-Morsi students storm Cairo university

Students backing Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi have stormed the administrative offices of a state-run university in Cairo.

Egypt resurrects Mubarak’s might

The security apparatus has survived Mohamed Morsi, and is more powerful – and aggressive – than ever.

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.

Police abuse video stokes anger in Egypt

Egypt's Interior Minister vowed to investigate the beating of a naked man by police that threatened to further inflame anger against security forces.

Egypt adopts Constitution as opposition cries foul

Egypt's electoral commission has confirmed that a new Constitution was passed by 64% of voters, rejecting opposition allegations of polling fraud.

Egyptians back draft constitution

The majority of Egyptians who cast their ballots in a referendum have backed the country's draft constitution, according to unofficial results.

Egypt announces ceasefire to end Gaza conflict

Egypt has announced that a ceasefire had been reached to end the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, starting later in the day.

Egypt’s president decrees pardon for protestors

Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi has pardoned those charged or convicted of acts "in support of the revolution" since the beginning of the uprising.

Egypt’s Mohammed Morsi gives himself top marks

Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi has given himself high grades, spending much of a nearly two-hour speech talking about fuel, trash and bread.

Egypt’s Morsi assumes major role in Middle East

Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi has assigned himself the heavyweight role in the Middle East, saying civil war in Syria is the "tragedy of the age".

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