In keeping with a regional crackdown, Jordan has been tightening restrictions on the Brotherhood over the last few years, forbidding their public rallies, arresting vocal government dissenters and shutting down offices.
With Sisi at the helm, the Egyptian military has tightened its grip over the economy and politics, but the president’s hold over the country is still a matter of debate.
A look at two different eras of state repression and how the worst has come true for Egyptians.
Inspired by the Tunisian revolt, the 2011 movement in Egypt started as a revolution, eventually triggering a crisis that makes experts question if the state has failed. We trace the protests, political turnovers and waves of repression since 2011:
The late Mohamed Morsi's rise to power represented an end to Egypt's kleptocratic free-for-all.
A year after the death of Egypt’s first and only democratically elected president, TRT World looks at how Sisi has performed on some of the key issues Morsi was accused of failing on.
Morsi endured an institutional onslaught and propaganda campaign that undermined him at every turn – and ultimately buried Egypt’s short-lived democratic experiment.
The arrest of Mohamed Monir comes as Egypt steps up a press crackdown that it has been waging since Abdel Fattah el Sisi became president in 2014.
Human rights activist Mohamed Sultan alleges former Prime Minister Hazem el Beblawi oversaw his abuse at the hands of Egyptian authorities.
Security forces found 13 automatic weapons, two explosive belts and three other explosive devices in their possession, Egypt's Interior Ministry said.
The UK-based legal body says there is concrete evidence that the Egyptian military junta’s treatment killed Mohamed Morsi and that his death was intentional.
Earlier this week, Egyptian police raided the Cairo office of Anadolu Agency, detained four employees.
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