President Sisi's camp looks set to dominate elections thanks to a weak opposition
A year after 1,000 people died in Cairo's Rab'a Square, investigators says mass killings went 'according to plan'
Three reporters found guilty of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood and spreading false news
Everything you need to know about the former military chief turned politician Abdul Fattah al-Sisi
Egypt voted for Morsi and his Islamic rule: but the West has happily watched the military retake control
Leading presidential candidate says Muslim Brotherhood will have no place in Egypt
Amnesty condemns 'farcical' mass trial amid crackdown that has seen 16,000 arrested
Al-Sisi needs to get a grip if US and secular middle classes are to support his leadership
Ruling is the largest death sentence in Egypt's modern history; army accused of 'new dictarorship'
Al Jazeera accused of being a 'mouthpiece of Islamists' as terrorism trial gets underway
Mohammed Morsi silenced by government as he faces charges relating to 2011 jail break
Former Egyptian president's 'circus-like hearing' adjorned until 8 January
The notion that the Arab Spring would produce stable, democratic, open government was naive and even delusional
Security forces to use live ammunition as rival protests are planned and US and UN call for calm
Interim leader sets out election timetable but tensions remain high after 'massacre' of 51 demonstrators
Muslim Brotherhood says 35 killed as army clears crowd from barracks where ex-president is being held
Muslim Brotherhood leaders arrested, but Morsi supporters vow to 'bring down' military coup
Low-profile judge sworn in as interim leader owes his most recent promotion to President Morsi
Fears of further violence as world leaders avoid calling army takeover a 'coup'
Emotions unleashed by Egyptian crisis highlighted by activist's extraordinary outburst