Muslim Brotherhood supporters continue protests on Friday in numerous Egyptian cities to demand the reinstatement of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
Egypt ranks 130th out of 156 countries in a recent UN report on happiness.
Founder of the QAWEM movement says both the Brotherhood and the state must make changes to move the country forward.
Constitution committee head says charter not being written to protect specific individuals.
Nour Party head says national dialogue necessary before adoption of controversial protest law that has also been criticised by revolutionary forces.
Members resign in protest at internal party policies; some within the party say the resignations are a result of personal failures.
The head of the Egyptian Salafist Al-Nour Party, discusses the mistakes of the Muslim Brotherhood and the upcoming elections.
Egyptians seem to have forgotten the initial goals that fueled uprisings against the Muslim Brotherhood and the denial of human rights.
An Egyptian prosecutor ordered that 14 suspects be detained for four days pending investigations into allegations that they committed “homosexual acts.”
An autopsy will be carried out on Belal Ali Saber, a pro-Morsi student killed Friday near Rabaa Al-Adawiya.