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Egypt’s protests uncover deep cracks in al-Sisi’s strongman façade

The popular uprising is an indication that al-Sisi's regime is not as stable as he would have the world believe

Sudan in revolt is deja-vu for Egyptians driven out by repression

Egyptians exiled in Sudan say the current standoff in Khartoum reminds them of their own broken dreams

Morsi’s death illustrates how the Egyptian state was always going to triumph

An obituary of Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, who died in court in Cairo

The slow-motion assassination of Mohamed Morsi

Morsi was often kept in solitary confinement, while struggling with both diabetes and high blood pressure

Egypt’s former president Morsi buried in Cairo

Rights groups called for a probe into the detention conditions and death of the Islamist, who was ousted in 2013 after a year of divisive rule

Ceasefire puts Qatar’s role in Gaza back in spotlight

Qatar's involvement in the Gaza Strip contributed to an Israeli political crisis in recent days that almost brought down the government

Saudi Arabia demands Qatar close Al Jazeera, sever ties with Iran

The Gulf crisis escalated late Thursday, as Kuwait presented Qatar with a 13-point list of demands from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt.

How Mohamed Morsi ended up on death row

Surrounded by golden mantlepieces, tasselled curtains, a coterie of suits - Morsi didn't have the air of a man about to be ousted as president.

Mosque and state embrace in Egypt

Despite cracking down on fundamentalists, the country's rulers base their support on Islam.

Al Jazeera journalists to be tried on World Press Freedom Day

Three journalists detained in Egypt for allegedly aiding a "terrorist organisation" will appear in court on Saturday, World Press Freedom Day.

Egypt condemned after court hands down 683 death sentences

The UN has lambasted Egypt after it gave 683 death sentences to alleged radicals, including leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Badie.

Egypt to bring mass trial of Morsi backers

More than 1 200 supporters of Egypt's Mohamed Morsi will face charges in the country's biggest trial since his ousting by the army in July.

Why the case against Al-Jazeera is about journalism not the network

Al-Jazeera is only one part of a puzzle of the growing restrictions on the freedom of expression of ordinary Egyptians, writes Azad Essa.

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.

Egypt uprising anniversary marred by clashes

Clashes in Egypt have led to the death of 49 people during rival rallies on the third anniversary of the 2011 revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak.

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