Prosecution to investigate complaints filed against popular satirist; Youssef debates authoritarian regimes, nationalism in Al-Shorouk.
Coptic activist Marceiliano Youssef speaks about his ‘Scream’ campaign aiming to ensure the real demands of Copts are included in Egypt's next constitution.
Ali hands in his notice independent of the mass resignation Saturday of around 300 of the group's leading members.
Clashes between Morsi's supporters and opponents in Ommraniya, Giza, leave two dead.
Al-Azhar students allegedly involved in campus violence during pro-Morsi demonstrations to face trial.
Following backlash against October aid suspension, Washington continues to take a more conciliatory tone vis-a-vis Egypt relations.
Morsi supporters kick off protests in several governorates on Friday decrying 'police brutality against women'.
The deposed president's refusal to wear the customary uniform for defendants and recognise the court or its proceedings on Monday stirred debate.
Women's rights should be restricted by Sharia law, says party member Salah Abdel-Maaboud.
US Secretary of State comes to town with a mixed bag of apprehension and reassurances in first visit since Morsi's ouster.