Muslim Brotherhood says it will not consider any political initiatives except after talks with Islamist National Coalition to Support Legitimacy.
The deaths suggest 'a shocking willingness by the police and by certain politicians to ratchet up violence against pro-Morsi protesters' says Human Rights Watch
Eyewitnesses speak to Ahram Online about clashes that left dozens of pro-Morsi supporters killed early Saturday.
The Egyptian army's chief is playing the populist card by asking Egyptians to turn out in massive demonstrations.
The Alliance of Women's Organizations has demanded a new constitution that reflects the pluralism and diversity of Egyptian society.
Demonstrations in response to the military's call for protests against 'terrorism' take place in cities all over Egypt.
The June protests against Morsi were not an attack on his Islamic politics but on his failure to efficiently provide better social and economic conditions.
When Egyptians demanded the fall of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, few thought they would return two years later demonstrating against his replacement.
Thousands of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy have flocked streets nationwide to protests against the overthrow of first freely elected president.
Mass rival rallies in Egypt lead to deadly violence in Cairo and Alexandria as millions heed calls by Egypt’s military chief to give him a popular mandate.