Homosexuality in Egypt under further crackdown: Egyptian prosecution ordered on 12 October 2013 fourteen suspects to be detained for four days pending investigation after being caught “in the act of homosexuality” inside a health spa in the poor neighborhood of al-Marg, north-east of Cairo.
The new academic year got off to a rough start at many Egyptian universities, as campus protests and violence reflected tensions between supporters of the nation’s military-backed government and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt’s army took part in torture and killings during revolution, report shows: Leaked document shines light on crimes including forced disappearances during uprising against Hosni Mubarak
Egypt’s top clerics defied the ruling Muslim Brotherhood and used their first free vote in 60 years yesterday to choose a scholar as the Grand Mufti — the leading arbiter of faith across the Sunni world
Morsi Takes Risk in Imposing Hated Mubarak-Era Measure to Calm Three Cities After Deadly Riots
Egyptský prezident si přisvojil diktátorské pravomoci a vyvolal největší protesty od pádu Husního Mubaraka
Thousands return to Tahrir in protest at army’s power-grab: The tents are back, the massed men pray in long ranks at noon on Friday, and revolutionaries check the identity cards of thousands of people streaming in to hear speeches denouncing the country’s military rulers. Tahrir Square is once again occupied.