The realities behind the constitutional amendments imposed by Egypt's Supreme Council of Armed Forces.
For many, the issue is not so much the former president's eventual demise, but that his legacy continue to live on.
I arrived at the headquarters of Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi shortly before 4am on Monday.
As I was crashing to make the deadline for my elections piece on the first day of voting, I trawled through the raw pictures the cameram
Many pro-revolution Egyptians, particularly young people who have become disenchanted with the quickly derailing transition process, have
Maybe the heat had something to do with it: but as temperatures soared in Cairo there was little sense of the joy and excitement that had been evident in last years parliamentary elections.
Halfway through a three-month mandate from the Security Council to report on adherence to a peace plan, the head of the mission suspends its activities, saying neither side is prepared to pull back from the fighting.
Syria is committing crimes against humanity as part of state policy to exact revenge against communities suspected of supporting rebels,
China's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that it does not approve of excessive reliance on pressure or sanctions to address the crisis
Despite recent losses to the army in Yemen's south, al-Qaeda will be able to regroup as long as the country's political forces remain divided.
Egypt’s revolutionaries are angry, and rightfully so: They started this uprising 18 months ago and overthrew a dictator, only to find themselves politically marginalized. But Egypt’s two most powerful political forces seem determined to hold this runoff on time, and if they succeed, these latest protests (like so many others) will not rebalance the political equation.