Street fighting between loyalists and opponents of Egypt's toppled president Mohamed Morsi in canal city of Suez leaves over a hundred injured.
July opinion poll surveying 2,214 adults across Egypt shows public disapproval for protests backing toppled Islamist leader.
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt fell from power because it tried to impose its philosophy on the masses and shied away from a national dialogue.
Morsi's decision to cut all diplomatic ties to Damascus is 'under review' as Egypt's new foreign minister expresses support for Syrian people.
Inaugural meeting was 'procedural', establishing one-week window for political groups to submit amendments.
Cabinet issues bill ordering a new board of trustees be appointed to state-run National Council for Human Rights.
Ahram Online talks about the transitional period and the new government with representatives of three key parties.
Following the murder of at least three women in Mansoura, key political figures and groups including ElBaradei and the Rebel campaign denounce the killings.
In his first TV interview, Hazem El-Beblawi says that he chose his cabinet freely, and that all political orientations are represented.
An analysis of press coverage of the first 9 months of Morsi's presidency shows that the Egyptian media, while freer than ever before, still lacks objectivity.