August 15, 2013
The French, German and British governments on Thursday summoned the Egyptian ambassadors serving in their countries over Wednesday's crackdown pro-Morsi supporters.
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi set fire to a government building in Giza on Thursday afternoon.
The streets of Cairo were calm on Thursday morning as its citizens attended to the many makeshift morgues set up across the city, announcing that the death toll from Wednesday's violence reached at least 464 people.
The Egyptian authorities have closed its Rafah border crossing with the Gaza Strip for an indefinite period of time following the mass unrest across the country.
The US is reportedly rethinking a planned joint military training exercise scheduled to be held with the Egyptian army following the bloodshed that followed a crackdown on pro-Morsi protest camps Wednesday.
The Egyptian government has denied claims that it arrested several influential Muslim Brotherhood leaders following a police crackdown on pro-Morsi protesters.
August 14, 2013
The Egyptian interim cabinet on Wednesday announced that 12 governorates across the country would have a curfew imposed upon them, effective immediately.
Mohamed ElBaradei, the interim vice president of Egypt, resigned on Wednesday over the government's violent crackdown of pro-Morsi supporters.
U.N. Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay on Wednesday urged Hamas to halt post-Eid public executions.
The international community has condemned Wednesday's violence in Egypt, with Turkey urging an end to what it called the day's "massacre".
The Egyptian government on Wednesday declared a month-long state of emergency, following deadly clashes around the country.
Asmaa Al Beltagui, the 17 year-old daughter of wanted Muslim Brotherhood official Mohammed Al Beltagui, was shot by Egyptian police in Cairo on Wednesday during a major police crackdown on pro-Morsi camps across the capital.
President Bashar Assad's office denied Wednesday media reports that the Syrian leader's Damascus residence was the recent target of an attack.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday he would "not rest" until all Palestinians in Israeli jails-around 4,500- are released.
From Alexandria to Cairo, from the latest death toll figures to the latest arrests amongst the Muslim Brotherhood, a round-up of news on the tumultuous streets of Egypt today.