August 1, 2013
Three Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including it's supreme guide Mohamed Badie, have been sent to the Egyptian criminal court over counts of inciting violence against peaceful protesters.
The Obama administration's limited response to the ongoing crisis in Egypt is sparking fears that the US is trying to manipulate Egypt for its own gains and to maintain power in the Middle East.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has rejected a statement released Wednesday by the Egyptian Cabinet that seeks to regulate pro-Morsi rallies. The Brotherhood has pledged to continue their sit-ins across the country.
July 31, 2013
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the head of Saudi Arabina intelligence on Wednesday and discussed the recent developments in the Middle East, according to the Kremlin.
The Egyptian interim government said that they will take all measures necessary to prevent the acts of terrorism and road blocking that may occur during pro-Morsi rallies, sparking fears of a major crackdown.
Islamist group Al Gamaa Al Islamiya has said that Morsi is set to reject a alleged proposal made by EU official Catherine Ashton that would give Morsi a "safe exit" if he renounced his claim to the presidency.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi marched across the Egyptian governorates on Tuesday evening as they demanded the reinstatement of the Muslim Brotherhood leader.
July 30, 2013
Tunisia’s Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh has spoken out against claims that the Islamist led cabinet may resign.
European Union envoy Catherine Ashton met with ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Monday and discussed means to end the violence currently sweeping Egypt.
At least 15 people died after clashes erupted on the streets of Cairo on Monday night, according to Egyptian officials.
The Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi has said he does not know if government security forces opened fire on Morsi supporters in Cairo this weekend.
July 29, 2013
The White House on Monday said it strongly condemned the ongoing violence in Egypt following the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi
Eleven bodies near the pro-Morsi camp in Cairo have been found bearing signs of torture, according to the Egyptian interior ministry.
One police officer was killed and eight were injured following an armed attack launched on a military camp in Rafah in the Sinai peninsula.
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour has allocated emergency powers to Prime Minister Hazem Al Beblawi as the country braces itself for more protests in the wake of former President Morsi's ousting.