Videos of brutal public executions have become increasingly common in Egypt. Experts say lynching phenomenon could spread to major cities.
Muslim Brotherhood is in need of genuine reform to allow in new blood that is capable of integrating in society as a political movement, not a closed faction.
Nine new cabinet ministers swear oath of office in front of President Mohamed Morsi on Tuesday.
Following Tuesday's reshuffle, nine ministers were replaced, although the key ministries of defense, foreign affairs and interior remain untouched.
In her music videos, Egyptian belly dancer Sama al-Masri pours derision on the Muslim Brotherhood. Now she may face trial for insulting Islam.
The Arab Spring has toppled some regimes, though not others, and it has called into question the viability of the nation-state.
Five arrested after men heading to a fight fire bird shot pellets at Prime Minister Hisham Qandil's convoy in Dokki, Cairo.
Situation is tense in Kafr El-Sheikh city amid scuffles between opposition and Muslim Brotherhood members.
Rights groups say attacks on opposition activists and critical media in Egypt are on the rise.
It's harvest time in Egypt but the secular opposition is reaping scant benefit from the Muslim Brotherhood's difficulties in government.