Television satirist Bassem Youssef has allegedly insulted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi on his TV show. On his program, Youssef was seen sweet-talking and hugging a red furry pillow carrying President Morsi's image, while mocking his speech style.
Egypt's Prime Minister visited Gaza this morning, and pledged Egypt's support for the Palestinians in their struggle against Israel. Anchor Aaron Schachter finds out more on the visit's significance from reporter Noel King in Cairo.
Egypt ordered internet service providers to block pornographic websites. The move is popular with resurgent religious conservatives, but is being condemned by liberals who fear increasing censorship. We speak with reporter Noel King in Cairo.
The Geo Quiz takes us to a monastery this time. Monks have lived for at least 17 centuries at Saint Catherine's monastery – where monks have lived for at least 17 centuries.
Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi's order to reconvene parliament has been rejected by the highest court, which says its ruling that led to the assembly's dissolution is binding. The decision sets up a potential showdown with the military.
Egyptians are marking the first anniversary of the start of protests in Tahrir Square that ended President Hosni Mubarak's regime.
Egypt's military ruler, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, has announced a partial lifting of Egypt's draconian emergency law. The announcement comes a day before the anniversary of the first demonstration in Cairo's Tahrir Square last year.
One of Egypt's richest men is to face trial for blasphemy after tweeting cartoons of Mickey and Minnie Mouse wearing conservative Muslim attire.