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Two Britons are among a group of 20 journalists working for Al-Jazeera facing criminal trial in Egypt on charges of aiding or joining a terrorist organisation – the latest press crackdown in a country which is facing growing instability.

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Thousands packed Tahrir Square, Cairo, for yesterday’s anniversary

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It was not supposed to be like this. Exactly three years after the Tahrir Square revolt, Egyptians are at war with each other once more.

At least four killed in Egypt protest clashes on anniversary of Tahrir Square uprising

Police have fired live rounds in the air and tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters

A supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi shouts slogans against the military and interior ministry, while gesturing with four fingers, during a protest in front of riot police outside a police academy, on the outskirts of Cairo

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The trial of Egypt's former Islamist president on charges of inciting murder was adjourned on Wednesday until next month, after bad weather prevented a helicopter flight from bringing Mohammed Morsi to court.

Egyptian court sentences 139 pro-Morsi protesters to 2-year prison terms

Pro-Morsi supporters convicted on charges ranging from rioting to sabotage

Egypt court rejects Muslim Brotherhood appeal on ban

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood failed in an attempt on Wednesday to overturn a court ruling banning it, the state news agency said, another blow to the debilitated Islamist movement.

A bloodied supporter of former President Morsi, injured in clashes with security forces in Giza near Cairo, is helped away

Egypt’s Islamist fightback grows as insurgent strikes kill nine

Series of nationwide attacks targets areas popular with British holidaymakers

Egypt unrest: Four dead as Muslim Brotherhood-led Anti-Coup Alliance attempt to march on Tahrir Square

Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi defied continuing attempts by the Egyptian authorities to destroy the Muslim Brotherhood by staging a series of nationwide demonstrations yesterday – a move which triggered violent clashes between protesters and police.

Picture of the day: Cries of 'down with the murderer,' fill Cairo's streets

Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi defied continuing attempts by the Egyptian authorities to destroy the Muslim Brotherhood by staging a series of nationwide demonstrations yesterday – a move which triggered violent clashes between protesters and police.

Tear gas fired as Pro-Morsi demonstrators clash with Egyptian security forces at Tahrir Square

Muslim Brotherhood calls for escalating protests ahead of Sunday's commemorations marking 1973 war with Israel

Muslim Brotherhood banned as Egyptian court seizes party's funds

Cairo court orders overthrown Islamist group to be shut down

Security forces try to help Gen Nabil Farag, a police chief who was killed when militants in Kerdasa opened fire on troops yesterday morning

Egyptian security forces storm Kerdasa to expel pro-Morsi militants from tourist town

Police chief killed during raid, which had been held by Islamists for a month

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