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Free the Al Jazeera Four!
A worldwide protest condemns Egypt’s crackdown on the free press
Egypt's Government Calls It Quits
The latest jolt for an already jittery nation suggests there will be more to come.
Shirin Neshat’s Photos of the Egyptian Revolution
The Iran-born artist used close-up portraiture to make viewers understand the depth of suffering in Egypt
Egypt's Next Target: Hamas
After squeezing Gaza's economy, Cairo tries to eradicate what it calls a militant organization.
Egyptian Police Arrest Brotherhood Supporters Under Anti-Terror Laws
The Egyptian government declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group on Wednesday in response to a suicide attack that killed 16 in the Nile Delta.
Enter The Muslim Sisterhood
With their men in prison, women are taking the lead in Egypt’s Islamist opposition movement.
Egypt Sends Mursi, Others, To Trial For International Conspiracy
The charges leveled against the former Egyptian president and other top Muslim Brotherhood members could result in their execution.
This Week in Weird Weather
Rainbows abound in South Africa, while Egypt gets its first heavy snowfall in 100 years.