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Who are you? Mohammed Morsi takes on judge in Cairo court as he faces charges over jailbreak

Supporters of the ousted Egyptian President clashed with police and a minister’s aide was shot dead

Egyptian army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been promoted to the rank of field marshal

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The Egyptian army chief, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, seems all but certain to become the next President after a group of his leading generals reportedly backed his bid for the job.

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

Robert Fisk: Egyptians – or 98.1% of them – carry on a proud tradition

This is such stuff as dreams are made on, enough to banish any nightmares troubling the sleep of Egypt’s army commander, General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi

A picture of General Sisi is held aloft at a polling station in Cairo

Egypt votes for a new constitution - and to legitimise an army coup

Observers say the referendum is an attempt by the authorities to secure a nationwide stamp of approval for the coup that unseated former President Mohamed Morsi last July

Trial of former Egypt president Mohammed Morsi adjourned to 1 February after fog halts helicopter flight bringing him to court

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.

Leader of the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church, Pope Tawadros II (right), welcomes Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, in Cairo, Egypt

Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour visits Coptic cathedral in symbolic move to see Pope Tawadros II

Egypt's interim president on Sunday made a rare visit to see the pontiff of the nation's Orthodox Christians at St. Mark's Cathedral, the papal seat in central Cairo, according to a brief statement by the church.

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

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

Al-Azhar University students, supporters of Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, make the four-finger 'Rabaa' gesture during clashes with riot police on Saturday

By branding the entire Muslim Brotherhood as terrorists, General Sisi is adopting a well-tested tactic of past Egyptian dictators

Nasser didn’t hesitate to call on the hangman to decapitate the Brotherhood

Ahmed Fouad Negm: Poet whose revolutionary work inspired decades of leftist protest against Egypt's ruling elite

Ahmed Fouad Negm was Egypt's poet of revolution, inspiring protesters from the 1970s through to the current uprisings with sharply political verses excoriating the country's leaders in the rich slang of colloquial Arabic. Negm, always seen wearing the traditional galabeya robes of the poor, tapped into the sentiments of Egypt's impoverished population, marginalised by the ruling elite.

Dr Zahi Hawass with Beyoncé during the singer's visit to the pyramids earlier this month

'Rude' Beyoncé banned from Pyramids by 'Egypt's Indiana Jones'

The controversial archaeologist Zahi Hawass reveals how her lateness led to upset

Those who played such a pivotal role in Egypt's revolution have been badly let down

My struggle didn’t begin in earnest until I chose a male sector in which to forge my career

A UN survey reported that more than 99 per cent of women had experienced sexual harassment; there were 90 reports of harassment in Tahrir Square alone during the four days before Mohamed Morsi was deposed

Revealed: Egypt is the worst Arab country for women

Sexual violence and reduced representation mean the Arab Spring has only made problem worse

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