Amidst a controlled media narrative and a heavy blanket of government scrutiny, many Egyptians are questioning former president Mohamed Morsi's death in whispers and with discretion.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the death of Mohamed Morsi are symbols of an age where ruling through force invites no accountability and in turn, is rewarded.
Prayers in absentia held in Turkey, Pakistan and disputed Kashmir for overthrown president Mohamed Morsi, a day after his death inside a court, believed to be caused by deteriorating health inside notorious Egyptian jail.
Egypt's first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi buried in eastern Cairo's Medinat Nasr under heavy security, his lawyers say, a day after his death inside a court following years of worst detention conditions.
Egypt's first democratically elected president has died in the custody of a government that repeatedly ignored his deteriorating health and kept him in constant solitary confinement.
Muslim Caliphs almost always wanted to keep the holy relics of Prophet Mohammed close to where they ruled. In the end, the Ottoman rulers brought them to Istanbul, where the Turkish government safeguards them in the historic Topkapi Palace.
With Topkapi Palace, the administrative and residential power centre of the house of Ottomans, the Turkish government has inherited many valuable holy relics including the Prophet Muhammad's personal belongings.
Will the son of the legendary 'Lion of Panjshir' help to shape Afghanistan's future?
Officials say South Africans and Egyptians are among those injured when an explosive device went off, hitting the bus in Giza.
A coalition led by the Sudanese Professionals Association, which organised anti-government protests released a new proposal that drops a key issue of contention between the two sides — the allocation of seats in the transitional council.
Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in front of Sudan's army headquarters despite Sudan's new military rulers and protest leaders agreeing to set up a joint committee.
National Election Authority head Lashin Ibrahim says 88.83 percent voted "yes" for changes that could keep President Abdel Fattah el Sisi in power until 2030, with 11.17 percent voting "no".
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