Members and brotherhood supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi attend a protest near Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in Cairo

Robert Fisk on Egypt: As impoverished crowds gather in support of Mohamed Morsi, the well-heeled march behind their images of the General

Hundreds of thousands support the coup – just as many do not. And the future for Egypt is looking increasingly bloody. Robert Fisk reports from Cairo

Supporters of Egypt's top military officer, Gen. Abdel-Fatah el-Sissi rally over a bridge leading to Tahrir Square in Cairo

Two killed as tens of thousands flock to Cairo's Tahrir Square - the home of the 2011 revolution that is now army territory

A Cairo plaza that was once the crucible of a revolt against tyranny was transformed into a plaything of Egypt’s conservative military yesterday, as tens of thousands of people flocked into Tahrir Square to show their support for an expected army operation to crush the Muslim Brotherhood.

Mohamed Morsi supporters continue to hold a sit in outside Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque

As Mohamed Morsi is detained, Cairo braces for showdown between military and Muslim Brotherhood

Brotherhood warns of 'civil war' if generals launch expected crackdown

Kazakh President welcomed David Cameron to Astana earlier this month

Kazakh dictator renews friendship with David Cameron

The authoritarian leader of Kazakhstan visited David Cameron in Downing Street while he was on a private trip to London with his family this week, it has emerged.

Egypt unrest: Four killed in clashes as Morsi's family claim ousted president was 'abducted by army'

Morsi is being held at an undisclosed location after being removed from office by the army

A climate of resurgent nationalism has emerged since the toppling of president Mohamed Morsi

Egypt’s liberals seek to ban political Islamists from power

Coalition that united to remove Morsi from power looks to turn the screw on Muslim Brotherhood

Woman and young girl killed as deadly clashes continue with Friday protests in Egypt

Rallies of both supporters and opposition to ousted President Morsi clash as tens of thousands take to streets

Vince Cable blocks sale of military and intelligence equipment to Egypt as protest death toll mounts

Five export licences suspended over fears weapons are being used for internal suppression against its people

US ‘refuses to take sides’ in Egyptian political turmoil, says Deputy Secretary of State

William Burns, the US Deputy Secretary of State, has said America will not take sides in Egypt’s political turmoil. The comment came during the first official visit by a US diplomat to Egypt since the army-backed revolt which ousted President Mohamed Morsi this month.

US Secretary of State William Burns meets with officials in Egypt as President Morsi supporters take to the streets

Washington remains torn between support for democracy and uneasiness at the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt's public prosecutor orders the assets of 14 Muslim Brotherhood leaders to be frozen

Meanwhile, Egypt's army chief says no group will be barred from participating in politics

Egypt investigates complaints against ousted Morsi including inciting killing of protesters

US joins Germany in calling for release of former president as demonstrations continue in Cairo

Egypt unrest: Deposed president Mohamed Morsi could face long jail term if found guilty of colluding with foreign groups

Egypt’s interim rulers to pursue deposed president over his escape from prison

Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi perform weekly Friday prayers at Rabaa Adawiya square, where they are camping, in Cairo

Egypt braced for more protests following prayers on first Ramadan Friday

Muslim Brotherhood tells its members to take to the streets, as the US warns interim government against “arbitrary arrests” of opposition

This time around, the Army knows how to add its own spin on things

As an army sniper crouched on the roof and trained his rifle on the demonstrators down below, every movement was being tracked on camera.

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