An Egyptian court reverses order to stop the popular 'Tahrir Imam,' Mazhar Shahin from leading prayers deemed anti-Brotherhood.
Egypt may not be too big to fail; it may be too gone to save.
Sectarian tensions in Beni Suef erupt after reports that a Muslim woman had converted to Christianity and left the country with a Christian man.
Essam El-Erian will be required to pay LE15,000 if he repeats his insult against television anchor Gehan Mansour within three years, court rules.
Al-Watan Party's Yosri Hammad says the head of Egypt's Judges Club could face the death penalty 'for seeking foreign intervention in the country'.
Assem Abdel Maged prefers to spare the Islamist group he is a leading member of any responsibility for his increasingly bolder stances.
Nominated for Time's prestigious top 100 list, Human Rights Watch country director talks about the ongoing fight for freedoms in Egypt.
This piece was written for Egypt Independent's final weekly print edition, which was banned from going to press.
The passing of Carmen Weinstein, leader of the Egyptian Jewish community, symbolizes the near-end of the community in the land of the Nile.
With the inevitable and imminent collapse of the economy under the Muslim Brotherhood, it’s time for the Brotherhood's allies to rethink their position on Egypt