The country's first democratic elections have produced an unappealing run-off between the Islamist c
Funded by their governments, are these organisations funnelling money to protest movements?
The death of 74 football fans in Egypt is a worrying sign of the country's deteriorating security si
The Arab spring uprisings were not prompted by religion as in Iran 1979, writes Olivier Roy — but some think the Arab winter may bring a counter-revolutionary Muslim Reformation. What does the rise of Islamist parties hold for Egyptians and prospects for democracy?
As parliament sits for its inaugural session, how religious is the new Egyptian democracy?
“The fate of nations should be decided by their own people”
Looking ahead to the first anniversary of the Arab Spring, Egyptians hope to finish in 2012 what the
Report and video footage of the Egyptian army's violence against protesters in Cairo.
Today Egyptians take to the polls for the first time since Hosni Mubarak was ousted in February's re