Millions of Egyptians get stoned regularly, despite — or is it because of? — the conservative Islamic government.
After riots killed tens of protesters in Port Said, residents say their new campaign of civil disobedience is putting new pressure on the government.
The governments that rose to power in Egypt and Tunisia in the wake of the Arab Spring are increasingly relying on the oppressive security apparatuses crafted by their predecessors.
Some worry the assassination of a prominent opposition activist in Tunisia is a harbinger of things to come for Egypt.
Activists say the attacks are planned, premeditated assaults aimed at tarnishing the image of the revolution and eradicating women from the public sphere.
The city of Tanta erupts with anger after one of its own, the prominent activist Mohamed Al Guindy, died, allegedly at the hands of police.
As violence spirals out of control, here’s why the Egyptian military isn’t revolting.
Political turmoil and deadly protests throughout Egypt have spurred President Morsi to consider constitutional amendments.