Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s First Democratically Elected President, Just Collapsed and Died in Court
Morsi, a leading figure in the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood movement, had been serving lengthy jail sentences since his ouster from power.
Egypt Vows 'Vicious War Against Terrorism' in Revenge for Sinai Attacks
Wednesday's attack killed dozens, the latest incident in a full-blown insurgency posing the biggest challenge yet to President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's rule.
Egypt's Ex-President Mohamed Morsi Sentenced to 20 Years in First of Many Trials
The ousted leader still faces more accusations including leaking state secrets to Qatar, espionage, and conspiring with Palestinian group Hamas, Iran's Revolutionary Guards, and Lebanon's Hezbollah.
Egypt Sentences Muslim Brotherhood Leaders to 15 Years for Torturing Lawyer
Eight men, including two members of the Muslim Brotherhood and an Islamist preacher, were on trial for allegedly torturing and sexually assaulting a lawyer during the 2011 Egyptian revolution.
Al Jazeera Journalists Jailed for Seven Years After Bizarre Egyptian Trial
Three Al Jazeera employees have been sentenced to seven years behind bars after a controversial trial featuring some very weird evidence.