Despite two intifadas, two Lebanese wars, a war in Gaza and two Gulf wars, Mubarak's moderating policy kept turmoil from spilling over into regional conflict
Presidency declares three days of national mourning following a procession led by President Sissi, top military officials, Mubarak's sons and other dignitaries
Egypt-watchers who analyzed the former president's every cough never thought he would die years after being deposed in a popular revolution
Hosni Mubarak is often described as a dictator, but his legacy is complicated. While ruling Egypt with an iron fist, he was a stable leader on economic and diplomatic fronts
The longtime leader, who was ousted during Arab Spring uprisings in 2011, died Tuesday at the age of 91
Mubarak ruled Egypt for three decades until he was ousted following mass protests against his rule in 2011
Alaa and Gamal Mubarak are accused, along with seven other men, of attempting to unlawfully profiteer off of shares in one of Egypt's most prominent banks
State media reports the suspects were killed after opening fire on security forces who approached them in a house under construction in al-Arish, which they used as a hideout
Declassified documents show Egypt's ex-president and Britain's Thatcher discussed a resettlement plan for Palestinians fleeing conflict in Lebanon, on the condition of Palestinian statehood
In the three years he has been president, Sissi has proved he outdoes his teacher Mubarak when it comes to limiting freedom of expression
Mubarak heads to home in Heliopolis after court cleared him on charges of killing protesters in 2011.
Mubarak was cleared of murder charges this month in his final trial, having faced various charges ranging from corruption to ordering the killing of protesters who ended his 30-year-rule.
The court also rejected demands by lawyers of the victims to reopen civil suits, leaving no remaining option for appeal or retrial.
Known for his sense of humor, Iraq-born senior Labor Party politician was first Israeli minister to meet with PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, and served as a minister in Israeli governments throughout the '90s and '00s. His later life was marred by a corruption scandal.
Are the changes in way Israel is portrayed indicative of a new spirit wafting from President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi?
The run-up to the Monday anniversary has seen stepped-up security measures and a new wave of arrests in downtown Cairo.
Women may play increasingly serious roles in Arab film and TV during Ramadan, but this is not reflected in their actual societal status – especially in Egypt.
In a new TV series in which he plays a leftist professor, Egyptian actor Adel Imam has raised ire on all sides. Maybe Israel should acquire broadcasting rights?
A judge accepts the public prosecution's appeal against an earlier court ruling that dropped the case against the former Egyptian president.
Under Egypt's current president, Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, criticism of the security forces is simply not allowed.
Former president and two sons jailed without parole in retrial of corruption case; they may not serve any jail time because of time already spent in prison.
Egyptian judicial official: No legal grounds to detain Mubarak after retrial ordered; French parliament extends military intervention in Iraq.
Earlier verdict sentenced Mubarak to three years for corruption. It's the only case keeping deposed leader behind bars.
The attack took place in the provincial capital of Minya, South of Cairo, where the nation's largest Coptic community lives.
Centuries of non-indigenous rule have resulted in a shortage of effective native leaders in Egypt and the Arab world. This has resulted in a damaging leadership culture that forefends the possibility of true reform.
The court must now decide whether to accept the appeal, which challenges the decision to drop the case against the ousted Egyptian president over the killing of protesters in 2011.
It's too easy to denigrate the Egyptians who have so speedily relinquished the little freedom they won for themselves and rushed back to lionize the dictator.
The 'trial of the century' ended up being anything but, with former Egyptian president found not guilty of ordering police to kill protesters in 2011 revolution.
The ousted president was also cleared of graft charges involving a gas deal with Israel.
Before adjourning the hearing on Saturday, the judge said he and members of the prosecution team had not finished reviewing all the evidence in the case, which amounted to 160,000 pages.