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Almost 300 people have been killed in weeks of violence since the army deposed the former president

Mohammed Morsi is well, said Baroness Ashton

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Morsi supporters throw stones at police from behind a barricade
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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

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

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.

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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Mohammed Badie addressed supporters in Cairo last Friday

Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie wanted for inciting Cairo massacre

Prosecutor demands arrest of Supreme Guide for provoking army into shooting 55 civilians dead 

Egypt: People are unlikely to turn on Egyptian army – despite the slaughter

As the crowds were massing near the Nile on 28 January 2011 – four days into the insurrection which  eventually toppled Hosni Mubarak – armoured personnel carriers suddenly appeared near the famous bronze lions of Qasr el-Nil bridge and raced off towards the city centre clashes.

Egypt analysis: Post-Morsi chaos is the moment the Salafist Al-Nour Party has waited for

As Egypt’s latest power brokers were busily coming to terms with the new revolutionary order, word emerged on state television that Mohamed el-Baradei, the Nobel laureate and liberal figurehead, had been selected as Prime Minister.

Anti-government protesters celebrate in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

Egypt coup: Muslim Brotherhood calls for protests as military arrests leader Mohammed Badie

Arrests of some 12 officials are confirmed but the figure could be three times as high

A view shows a fly-past over protesters against ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, in Tahrir Square

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Top Muslim Brotherhood leaders ‘taken to Cairo prison that holds Mubarak’

When Egypt’s former president Hosni Mubarak, ousted after the Arab Spring uprising of February 2011, was eventually detained in the notorious Tora prison on the outskirts of Cairo – where his own enemies had been held during his rule - it must have seemed to like the perfect just deserts for the man branded a dictator by his people.

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