The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
Egypt's president and interior minister have warned that security forces will crack down on planned anti-government demonstrations. Popular anger smolders over plans to sell disputed islands to Saudi Arabia.
Protesters have criticized Egyptian President al-Sissi's decision to hand over control of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. He warned against attempts to "terrorize" the nation amid a crack down on dissenters.
Egyptian investigators are making no progress in the case of an Italian student murdered in Cairo. And they're not being very helpful to their counterparts in Rome, either, Megan Williams reports.
The Muslim Brotherhood was at the heart of the chief prosecutor's killing in 2015, said the interior minister. The chief prosecutor was the most senior official to be killed under el-Sissi's watch.
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