The ISIS-affiliated group Sinai Peninsula posted photos online Thursday showing an Egyptian navy vessel on fire.
The collective death and jail sentences handed out by the judiciary has made the judges involved in the decisions key adversaries.
For the first time, one of the five founders of the Tamarod, the movement that led the protests that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood last year, admits his movement was taking orders from the army. "We were naive, we were not responsible."
"This judge is trying to kill the law," one lawyer said, after 529 people were sentenced to death following a two-day trial that Egyptian lawyers are calling a farce.
Activists have created a hashtag called "the first time I was sexually harassed" اول_محاولة_تحرش_كان_عمري# in response to accusations by Egyptian media figures like Tamer Amin that women invite sexual harassment. In surveys, over 90% of Egyptian women say they have been harassed.
A law student at Cairo University was sexually assaulted on Wednesday and had to be rescued by campus security. Now activists are publicly shaming those who blame the female student for what she was wearing.
One of Egypt's most popular weekly television shows had its signal jammed Friday night, making most of the show impossible to watch.
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"Russia and Egypt are natural allies," said one Russian diplomat in Cairo.
A story detailing Sisi's personal fortune is removed from the front page of a prominent Egyptian newspaper, as anticipation grows for him to announce his presidential run.
Egypt's military council announces that it is endorsing Egypt's army chief as Egypt's next president, but among Egypt's working class, Sisi's star factor has already begun to fade.
On the anniversary of January 25, the day in which protesters first filled Tahrir Square in 2011, clashes filled the streets of Egypt.
The revolutionaries behind the original protests that filled Tahrir Square on Jan. 25, 2011, say the day of their anniversary has been co-opted by the new, military-led Egyptian regime.
Elections monitors describe an atmosphere of outright intimidation and chaos at polls across Egypt. "What I saw at the polling stations were not just problems, they were disasters."
"We will not submit." Their neighbors turn against them.
The arrest of four Al Jazeera journalists late Sunday is the most recent step threatening freedom of the press in Egypt.
"Everyone started shouting, everyone disagreed."
Tahrir Square, the historic site that has come to symbolize the 2011 Egyptian revolution, has gotten a makeover in recent days. But Egyptian activists say it is yet another effort by the government to erase any traces of the last few years.
Amid revolution and upheaval, women are staking their claim to the right to choose.
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