egypt clashes

Members of the security forces clad in black uniforms are shown moving away from the suspected site of the explosions and
The Brotherhood's press office in London blamed security forces for shooting at what they said were peaceful protesters. CAIRO
The core demands of the 2011 revolt - freedom and social justice - could only be heard in protests outside Tahrir, which
State media, citing initial estimates, said around 95 percent of voters supported the new constitution, which would replace
The Brotherhood says Sisi's overthrow of Morsi constituted a coup which undermined democratic gains made since a 2011 popular
CAIRO, Jan 3 (Reuters) - Thirteen people were shot dead as supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood clashed with police across
CAIRO, Oct 6 (Reuters) - A supporter of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood was killed and at least two were wounded during a clash
Watch the full interview in the video above and take a look at the documentary "Egypt in Crisis" here. "The deep state is
US President Barack Obama cancelled a military exercise with Egypt to show his displeasure at Al-Sisi's crackdown on the
"People who wear a beard are paying the price for those members of the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups who have
Joshua Hersh joins Ahmed to discuss why Egypt cares as much about its honor-bound relationship with the United States as it does about military aid.
A journalist from the United Arab Emirates has offered a $143,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Among the relatives are those who don't yet know if their loved ones are inside the morgue. Blood has stained their shrouds
CAIRO — For a moment, at least, American and European diplomats trying to defuse the volatile standoff in Egypt thought they
Egyptian authorities said they had rounded up more than 1,000 Islamists and surrounded Ramses Square following Friday's "Day
France and Britain are permanent members of the Security Council and Australia is one of the 15 countries currently represented
BEFORE: A young supporter of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi holding a club walks toward the doors of the Rabaa Al-Adawiyah
A man writes down identified names of bodies of Morsi supporters at the El-Iman mosque in Cairo's Nasr City, Egypt, Thursday
Hundreds of Palestinian travellers were left stranded on both sides of the crossing, the only gateway into the Hamas-ruled