Mr Regeni disappeared on 25 January, the five-year anniversary of the uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak
Grace Dent has found herself staring in confusion at the possibilities for last-minute sunny breaks
The intelligence agencies were reportedly able to see information that the drones and other aircraft broadcast back to their handlers
Mark Zuckerberg launched his initiative as a way to provide four billion people in the developing world with Web access
'The country’s proud revolutionary spirit has been almost completely wiped out'
'They say I am a traitor and foreign agent and that we are the people who destroyed the country'
Egyptian prosecutors charge eight with negligence and violating professional standards after a year-long investigation into the damage.
In my 10-year career, it's never been so dangerous to operate in a country where unauthorised raids, arrests and disappearances have become routine
It came after tourists were stabbed at a Red Sea resort and another hotel was attacked in Cairo
Sammie Olovsson, a Swedish victim, told how he was stabbed in the neck four times in a restaurant
Simon Calder assesses the latest developments
The three injured tourists were not seriously wounded and were said to be in a stable condition
Alaa al-Aswany retreats from the chaos of today to evoke a simpler moral landscape
There were conflicting reports about the weapons used in the attack, which did not cause any injuries
Fletcher's accessible presenting style made it easy to share her enthusiasm - even without Egyptology's most eye-catching artifacts
Facebook played a large part in the organisation of Egypt's 2011 uprising, but a telecoms official said the shutdown was not down to security concerns