Schoolteacher in Kafr El-Sheikh is punished for exam question featuring imaginary dialogue between Egypt's former and current presidents.
Saad El-Katatni expresses hope that new Free Egyptians Party head Ahmed Saied will lead the party to a more cooperative outlook.
Copt who allegedly confessed to killing his wife out of fear she would kidnap their son after converting to Islam, throws himself off courthouse roof.
Egypt’s Coptic community was relieved that Easter passed this month without incident, although many worry about trends under the Muslim Brotherhood.
Coptic social studies teacher in Upper Egypt's Luxor governorate is detained for four days pending investigation after being charged with insulting Islam.
Eleven suspects deny being members of anti-Muslim Brotherhood 'Black Bloc' group, reject accusations that they attacked Islamist protesters near High Court.
Several Egyptian political figures will be questioned by military prosecutors over recent comments deemed 'offensive' to country's armed forces.
Ahram Online profiles the nine men joining the cabinet after Tuesday's reshuffle, the majority of whom are Brotherhood members or supporters.
Calls for radical police reforms are rife amid increasing complaints and accusations against law enforcers.
Morsi's pledge to restore security means the streets are brimming with police, but critics warn the once-reviled interior ministry is anything but reformed.