A victim of torture who had formerly accused five Morsy supporters of beating him and cutting his finger recused his prior statement.
Egypt cabinet approves interim-President Adli Mansour's draft law criminalising ridiculing the national flag and anthem.
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton meets with Amr Darrag and Mohamed Ali Beshr as first step towards reconciliation talks.
Egypt's Committee of 50 continues to draft the country's new constitution, but not without coming up against several contentious issues.
A group attached to the 50-member constitutional amendment committee has approved keeping the Shura Council as Egypt's upper house of parliament.
Board member stressed that the party is built on political - not religious - lines, stressing that the party welcomes Egyptian non-Muslim members into its fold.
In a religious country such as Egypt, despite atheism being a taboo highly frowned upon, atheists say their numbers are on the rise.
Army representatives in Egypt's constitution-amending body refuse to eliminate military trials for civilians.
A new wave of campaigns in Egypt call on army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi to run in upcoming presidential elections.
Leading Muslim Brotherhood member in Suez Mohamed Mongy slapped with ten-year prison sentence by military court in Suez.