In Depth
Egypt's Twitter hashtags declare defiance
Laws against protests have led youth activists in Egypt to again embrace the social media tools of the 2011 revolution.
Muslim Brotherhood sets up shop in London
Egypt's largest opposition movement has placed its media headquarters in one of London's suburbs.
Egypt's election lacks candidates
Egypt's former military leader Sisi declares his candidacy, but some politicians have called the election a 'farce'.
Egypt's Sinai: Caught in the middle
Clashes between Egyptian military and armed groups have taken a toll on parts of the Sinai peninsula.
Egypt's Jewish community buries deputy leader
In the past 90 years, the number of Jews in Egypt has fallen from 80,000 to fewer than 40.
Egypt's military cements its power
Ahead of elections, the country's de facto rulers are determined not to cede any political or economic influence.
Children's rights ignored in Egypt crackdown
Minors are being held alongside adults in jail, where allegations of beatings and torture are common.
Report: Officials aid Sudan-Egypt trafficking
Human Rights Watch alleges that Egyptian and Sudanese security forces colluded in the trafficking of Eritrean migrants.
Can new security laws end the violence?
Faced with a rising wave of attacks, the Egyptian government takes a tougher stand.
Egypt: History repeating itself?
What attracts Egyptians to military leaders - even at the expense of democratic freedoms?
Egypt trial: has justice been done?
Hundreds of people are sentenced to death in a case condemned as a violation of human rights.
Egypt's press freedom at risk?
The Stream discusses growing challenges to press freedom since the revolution.
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Government critics decry harsh verdicts for female protesters and new anti-protest law.
Thousands of protesters stage fresh rallies in Cairo for a third straight day as part of an 11-day anti-coup campaign.
Teenager shot during clashes between police and protesters marking third anniversary of first constitutional referendum.
Brigadier general, colonel and five fighters killed in clashes between military and armed group in Qalyubia province.
Leaked testimonies describe arbitrary arrests, forced confessions, torture and filthy conditions in overcrowded cells.
Interim President Adly Mansour signs controversial decree paving the way for Sisi to run in presidential elections.
Cairo welcomes decision by three Gulf states to withdraw ambassadors to Qatar and says no plans for its own to go back.
Assets seized and offices ordered shut, as court bans all activities of group that runs neighbouring Gaza Strip.
Ibrahim Mahlab vows to impose security and urges a halt to all protests and strikes.
Three years after the fall of Hosni Mubarak we analyse what Egyptians have achieved and where the country is headed.