Thousands of supporters of ex-president Mohamed Morsi march in Cairo and other cities across Egypt, marking 100th day since his removal from power.
Head of the Egyptian pilgrimage mission says that the use of political slogans is forbidden in Islam.
Yusuf Qaradawi declares Ali Gomaa's fatwas toxic and politicized and criticizes him for his positions in favor of the military.
Cairo Appeal Court has set 4 November for the first session of deposed President Mohamed Morsy’s trial on the Ettihadiya incidents.
Interim President Mansour delegates authority for public mobilisation to Minister of Defense for one year.
57 NGOs send report to UN claiming Egypt’s successive governments failed to implement 25 January demands.
The London-based rights group said an unprecedented wave of sectarian attacks had targeted Christian churches, schools and charity buildings.
Latest polling shows a majority of Egyptian citizens will vote in an upcoming referendum on amending the 2012 Constitution, while 12 percent reject the process.
As the majority of Egyptians suffer through the slumping economy, the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood continues demonstrating for the reinstatement of Morsi.
Brotherhood youth called for demonstrations on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, titled “Assessment Week” of the first 100 days of the mandate of interim President.