"Today is the start of yet another kangaroo trial... Mursi's trials are politically motivated cases with trumped up charges
* In separate case, Islamist leader given 7-year sentence (Adds Abu Ismail conviction, background) In a separate case, a
CAIRO (RNS) There’s a lot anyone can learn from Jehane Noujaim’s Oscar-nominated documentary “The Square,” an examination
By losing our influence with Cairo, the United States is on a path to becoming marginalized in this critical part of the world. Leaders in other American allies, including Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia are frustrated by Washington's unwillingness to assist itself in the Middle East.
Matt Apuzzo from The Associated Press speculated on Twitter that CNN was perhaps on the right track: The months since have
Over 300 people have died in political violence since army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi toppled Morsi. Until then, life goes
Cairo is not burning, this time, but the impasse has already cost some 300 lives. Its denouement could have far-reaching
Turkey and Iran were quick to condemn the military takeover. Does this new-found unanimity mean a new era of closer relations between the two countries? It is important to keep in mind that Ankara and Tehran have very different reasons for taking this stance.
Approximately two and a half years after the revolution in Egypt, what is happening today has led me to question the past, present and the future of the Arab Spring.
Sharif Kouddous joins Ahmed to discuss the military massacre of 42 Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt.
After that, a panel is to revise the constitution in order to hold parliamentary and presidential elections. "Down, down
News of the Egyptian military ousting President Mohammed Morsi led newspaper front pages across the country on Thursday. On
CAIRO (AP) -- A statement on the Egyptian president's office's Twitter account has quoted Mohammed Morsi as calling military
On Monday, army chief Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi had given Morsi an ultimatum to find a solution to meet the demands of anti
The army would prefer a more hands-off approach, supervising government but not running it. In a statement issued nine hours
DAR ES SALAAM, July 2 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama called embattled Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to urge him to
It will take courage, patience, smarts -- and a flood of examples of heroes acting bravely for a common good. Let the politicians learn from the people. Egyptians need to get this right. And they don't have a lot of time.
"Having signed the petition, are you not afraid that a civil war could erupt in Egypt if Morsi is removed?" I asked my taxi driver. He replied: "I am afraid. I am very afraid. But I am afraid more that there would be no Egypt left if the Brothers stay in power."
Egypt is holding its breath as opponents and supporters of President Mohammed Morsi clashed in several cities on Friday. Opposition
TURMOIL Whatever the truth, Shafik is confident that with Egypt in turmoil seven months into its experiment with Islamist