Reporters Without Borders says death of Islamist president was barely mentioned, with the same 42-word government statement running in the majority of Egyptian papers
Despite the poverty, the travel advisories, the ripoffs and the disgraceful attitude toward women, our correspondent warmly recommends a visit to the Egyptian capital – and further afield
Could deposed leader's courtroom death be Cairo's Khashoggi affair?
Turkish president says Mohammed Morsi's 'flailing' in the courtroom proves that the deposed leader did not die of natural causes
Egyptian Foreign Ministry slams the world body's human rights office, which called for a 'transparent investigation' into the ex-president's death
Israeli Arab lawmakers are demanding a probe into the sudden death of the former Egyptian president, but West Bank and Gaza prefer to eschew events in his honor
Mohammed Morsi's win in Egypt's first free presidential election was seen as the victory of democracy – until people realized that he had no intention of following through
Egyptian state television reports Morsi fainted after a court session and died afterwards
Security agents turned reporters away from funeral and refused to allow burial at family cemetery ■ Muslim Brotherhood and UN calling for investigation into death
President Trump seeks terrorist-organization status for the 90-year-old Muslim missionary movement, which for decades has renounced violence
The defendants were found guilty of taking part in a bombing which killed Hisham Barakat, a prominent official who prosecuted several Muslim Brotherhood members
At successor's trial, former Egyptian president says former intelligence chief told him in 2011 that hundreds of militants infiltrated Egypt from Gaza
Egypt military says it destroyed 26 hideouts and weapons depots, and dismantled 64 explosive devices
Egypt's former president, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood who was overthrown in 2013, convicted of publicly making statements that were inciting and expressing toward the court
Mohammed Badie was convicted in 2016 for participation in violet riots following President Morsi's ousting in 2013
Morsi is already serving a 20-year sentence after being convicted for the killing of protesters during demonstrations in 2012
In the three years he has been president, Sissi has proved he outdoes his teacher Mubarak when it comes to limiting freedom of expression
Morsi was one of 22 high-ranking Muslim Brotherhood officials and supporters convicted last year of spying for fellow-Islamist group Hamas.
Former president will be given a new trial. Five other leaders of now-banned Muslim Brotherhood also had their death sentences quashed.
Eight men escorted Lilian Daoud out of her home in what some say is a ‘new high’ in government crackdown on dissenting voices. An Egyptian security official said she was deported because her residency permit expired.
Charges include passing state secrets to Qatar during the ousted president's rule.
The former president also stands by his wife's stance of non-neutrality on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
149 defendants are alleged to have attacked a police station in the town of Kerdasa in 2013 after Morsi's ouster, killing 11 policemen and two civilians.
The run-up to the Monday anniversary has seen stepped-up security measures and a new wave of arrests in downtown Cairo.
'The administrators of these pages were arrested on charges of inciting against state institutions and spreading the ideas of the Muslim Brotherhood,' says Interior Ministry.
After his 'very difficult' experience, Ayman al-Aloul says he won't be writing about politics anymore.
As in Egypt and other neighboring countries, the view that literature that damages the hegemonic ideology should disappear has actually taken root in Israel as well.
Under the law, financing terror groups will carry a penalty of life in prison, and journalists will be fined for contradicting the authorities' version of any terrorist attack.
Morsi was sentenced to death over a mass jail break during the 2011 uprising against Hosni Mubarak as well as life imprisonment for giving state secrets to Qatar.
No one claimed immediate responsibility for the latest in a series of attacks to hit the Egyptian capital.