While Egypt declares three days of mourning for the 25 policemen killed in the Sinai peninsula, security forces arrest the Muslim Brotherhood's top leader.
Just two days before security forces brutally cleared the pro-Morsi sit-ins in Cairo, demonstrators had waited nervously for the crackdown to begin.
Analysis: Egypt’s soldiers once rocked the world; now they’re protecting their assets.
Egypt's deadly unrest continues, with reports that an ambush in the Sinai peninsula killed at least 24 policemen Monday.
When security forces killed 51 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi outside a military installation in Cairo on July 8, the army said its troops fired on protesters to defe
A series of moves by the country’s new leaders has stoked fears among some activists that a counterrevolution is emerging.
Analysis: Allies are few and critics are fierce as the Obama administration engages in increasingly desperate semantic acrobatics over Egypt.
The money underscores how the removal of the Islamist administration of Mohamed Morsi was warmly welcomed in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.
Left staggering and angry by a series of arrests, the once-powerful Muslim Brotherhood now faces the most critical period in its 85-year history, analysts say.
The popular uprising and military power that brought Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to its knees is worrying political Islamist movements across the region.
Commentary: As the keystone state in the region, the fate of the Egyptian revolution will have a decisive impact on other countries whose stability and future is hanging in the bal