Clashes between supporters, opponents of Morsi leave 27 injured in Egypt's Fayoum governorate; similar violence reported in Gharbiya and Daqahliya governorates.
According to statement released Tuesday, Salafist call will not participate in any protests for or against Morsi; offers advice to Brotherhood
In most recent governor reshuffle, President Morsi appoints 7 Brotherhood members, 6 from military and police, and 3 independents.
Ahram Online visits sit-in at Beram El-Tonsy theatre in Alexandria as it enters fourth day; artists insist movement bigger than culture minister discontent.
An analysis of Egypt’s Syria and Nile River policies.
Nader Bakkar, whose party has been at odds in recent months with the ruling Muslim Brotherhood, criticises Morsi's new stance on Syria.
'In support of Syrian uprising,' Egypt's president decides to shut down Syria's mission in Cairo, before warning of 'planned violence' in Egypt on 30 June.
As Morsi faces accusations of manipulating Syria crisis for personal gain, supporters refute claims that president acting in US interests.
Court rules on religion charges raised against Abu Islam following 'Innocence of Muslims' demonstration during which Bibles were desecrated; son also punished.
Amendments to law include controversial decision to grant military and police personnel voting rights in national elections.