Middle East

'Egyptian society being crushed' five years after military coup

Egypt faces abuses to a degree unseen in the Mubarak years since the 2013 coup, analysts say.

'Egyptian society being crushed' five years after military coup

Middle East

Egypt's jailed journalists: In numbers

On World Press Freedom Day, jailed journalists continue to pay the price for media crackdowns in Egypt.

Egypt's jailed journalists: In numbers

Mohamed Morsi

Former Egyptian President Morsi 'facing premature death'

Panel of British MPs finds harsh prison conditions could lead to overthrown leader Mohamed Morsi's early death.

Former Egyptian President Morsi 'facing premature death'

Mohamed Morsi

Morsi's son: Egypt fears British visit to my father

Morsi’s son says the Egyptian regime is afraid of his father meeting members of UK Parliament.

Morsi's son: Egypt fears British visit to my father

Mohamed Morsi

Egypt court sentences Morsi to three years in jail

Egyptian court sentences ex-president Mohamed Morsi to three years in prison on charges of insulting the judiciary.

Morsi gets 3 years in jail for 'insulting judiciary'

In the Field

Ibrahim Halawa: I woke up to the sound of torture

Irish national Ibrahim Halawa, who spent four years in an Egyptian prison, talks to Al Jazeera.

Middle East

Egypt court upholds ex-president Morsi's life sentence

Top appeals court makes the final ruling, accusing the overthrown president for leaking secret state documents to Qatar.

Egypt court upholds ex-president Morsi's life sentence

Egypt

Sisi's Egypt: The death of politics in campus

University campuses remain a site of opposition to the new authoritarianism and its policies.

Egypt campus: The students versus the regime

Opinion

What happened to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood?

Internal ideological and political disagreements might lead to the break-up of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

Khalil al-Anani

by Khalil al-Anani

Khalil al-Anani

Egypt

Egypt upholds Morsi's 20-year prison sentence

Ruling on charges arising from the killing of protesters in 2012 is first final verdict against deposed president.

Egypt upholds Morsi's 20-year prison sentence

Egypt

New group claims killing of Egyptian police officer

"Field execution" of security officer in Beheira province is latest in a series of attacks claimed by Hasam Movement.

Egypt: Hasam claims killing of Gamal al-Deeb of police

Middle East

Report: 'Cruel and inhuman' treatment in Egypt's prison

Prison authorities refused to provide inmates with medical care, possibly causing their deaths, HRW report finds.

 In Egypt's Guantanamo 'abuse is systematic'

Middle East

Profile: Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi

The Muslim Brotherhood leader was the country's first democratically-elected president before the coup and imprisonment.

Profile: Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi

Inside Story

Can Egypt be forced to improve prison conditions?

Reports detail dire conditions and serious human rights abuses in the country's prisons.

Media

Al Jazeera journalist slams Egypt death verdict

Ibrahim Helal, who is among three reporters sentenced to death in absentia in Egypt, says his case is political.