A court in Egypt sentences Al Jazeera journalists to at least three years in prison in trial widely seen as political.
It has been been a frustrating legal battle for Al Jazeera’s journalists facing retrial in Egypt.
Cairo court once again delays verdict in retrial of Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy and Peter Greste.
European People’s Party issues letter of support as Egyptian high court is due to announce its verdict in late July.
Alaa Bayoumi, one-of-six Al Jazeera staff sentenced to ten years by Egypt, says now “is time to speak up” about ordeal.
Freed journalist offers to give evidence via video link as he and two colleagues face retrial in Egypt.
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste will be honoured at the annual White House Correspondent Association Dinner.
Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed’s retrial postponed for second time after prosecution witnesses fail to appear in court.
New court date for Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy after convictions for alleged links to Muslim Brotherhood overturned.
Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy, who were held in Egypt for 411 days, walk to freedom.
Journalist freed after 411 days in jail, pending retrial, while his colleague Baher Mohamed awaits his prison release.
The two Al Jazeera English journalists have spent 411 days in jail, accused of colluding with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy to appear in court on February 12.