Egypt: hopes of democracy die as Brotherhood faces eradication

Mon 19 Aug, AT 15:29 Robert Fox

The notion that the Arab Spring would produce stable, democratic, open government was naive and even delusional

Hosni Mubarak

Egypt: Mubarak to be freed as violence continues

Summary Mon 19 Aug, AT 12:41

Obama under pressure to respond to army violence as 36 prisoners killed by tear gas

Egypt: did police and power firms help bring Morsi down?

One-Minute Read Thu 11 Jul, AT 16:09

Sudden improvements in Egypt raise suspicion that former president was systematically undermined

Who is Adly Mansour, Egypt's 'Mystery Man' new president?

Briefing Thu 4 Jul, AT 11:24

Low-profile judge sworn in as interim leader owes his most recent promotion to President Morsi

Morsi decree makes him Egypt’s ‘new pharaoh’ say critics

First Reaction Fri 23 Nov, AT 10:05

‘A major blow to the revolution’ says ElBaradei as president hands himself sweeping new powers

President Morsi promises to stop detaining journalists

First Reaction Fri 24 Aug, AT 15:44

After rising concern about press freedom in Egypt, Morsi steps in – but is it a cynical gesture?

Egypt-Israel peace treaty 'must be revised' to stop Sinai terror

First Reaction Wed 8 Aug, AT 10:48

Upsurge in Islamist violence in supposedly demilitarised Sinai desert is a tricky issue for old enemies

Comment

David Cameron's housing cuts will alienate the young

Opinion digest Mon 25 Jun, AT 10:22

Opinion Digest: welfare cuts, Egypt's presidential election and the morality of taxation

Morsi win for the Muslim Brotherhood

Jitters and pledges as Islamist Morsi becomes Egypt's new president

First Post Mon 25 Jun, AT 08:50

Mohammed Morsi makes promises to women, children and Christians after finally being declared president

President Hosni Mubarak

Confusion in Egypt over claims Hosni Mubarak ‘clinically dead’

First Post Wed 20 Jun, AT 08:52

Conspiracy theories abound as former Egyptian despot is moved from prison to hospital after a stroke

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