The Court of Cassation ruling, which is final, reduced by 15 years the original 40-year sentence handed to the deposed Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi during the initial sentencing.
Middle East expert Cahit Tuz says Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani’s picking of Turkey as his first trip abroad after the crisis shows that he was trying to find out what kind of role Turkey could take in the negotiations.
HRW says President Abdel Fattah el Sisi allows systematic torture at prisons, including rape and sodomy. The latest report says some 60,000 people were arrested or charged after Mohammed Morsi was toppled by the military.
The Brotherhood’s democratically elected government was toppled by Egypt’s military. Some think the movement lost its chance to be a feasible alternative, but the group’s spokesperson tells us its role as a moderate voice is more needed than ever.
Confusion reigns in Egypt over Israel's decision to keep its embassy in Cairo empty.
Egypt's tourism industry is shattered due to long-lasting political instability and a series of airline disasters.
In the second of a series of blog posts from Ethiopia, TRT World reporter Anelise Borges writes about the country's most ambitious project.
Egypt's former President Morsi received another life sentence on Saturday, after a court found him guilty of espionage and leaking state secrets.
After the arrest of two journalists, Egyptian riot police have surrounded the journalists' union headquarters and have limited access to the building.
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