More than 15 deaths were the result of the 2011 uprising anniversary in Egypt

Manifestations for the fourth anniversary of the uprising that expelled Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011, resulted in 15 deaths. These were the most violent clashes between protesters and police in recent months in Egypt. The Health Ministry said that thirteen protesters were...

Mubarak, free of charge at trial for the killing of protesters

The Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was released yesterday from the office of complicity in the deaths of hundreds of protesters during the revolution of 2011 and several corruption charges, but remains in prison serving another sentence. A Cairo court dismissed the indictment...

Hosni Mubarak receives provisional freedom

The former president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, 84, received a provisional freedom pardon by a court, although the cause is still against him and the former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adli for the deaths of protesters, but remain in custody for another corruption, judicial...

Mubarak Alive and Back in Prison

Egypt’s prosecutor ordered that the former president Hosni Mubarak was returned to Torah prison after a slight improvement of his health. Mubarak had been in a coma and on life support, but after senior officers gave various accounts of his improving health he was translated back...

Hillary Clinton Asks Egypt to Support a Transition

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with Egyptian leaders to urge them to back a transition to civilian rule. Clinton’s trip to Egypt came during a difficult time, since the country is currently under a complex power struggle between the newly-elected Islamist Mohammed...

Morsi Vows to Uphold Egypt Court Rulings

Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi said he will negotiate with political forces and judicial authorities to resolve the issues with the parliament. “There will be consultations among all political forces, institutions and the supreme council of judicial authorities to find the...

Egypt Faces New Power Struggle

This Tuesday the Egypt’s Islamist-dominated parliament started their meeting in defiance of orders that disbanded the chamber and brought the Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi into conflict with both the powerful military and the high court. The session was short, lasting no more...

Mohamed Morsi won the Presidency of Egypt

Mohammed Morsi is the first freely elected president in Egypt’s history and the first elected Islamist president in the Arab World. This was the Electoral Commission statement amid tremendous excitement generated by the delayed election announcement, expected for days....