The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
Activists, lawyers and human rights groups in Egypt are mounting a fight back against the government's repressive assembly law and its crackdowns on the country's embattled opposition. Tom Stevenson reports.
A son of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, Osama Morsi, has been arrested. He will face a mass trial over a bloody dispersal of a protest camp in 2013.
Separate bomb attacks in Egypt killed six policemen and one civilian Friday. An emerging militant group claimed responsibility for the first attack.
Egypt's top administrative court has struck down a controversial agreement between Cairo and Riyadh. The maritime pact drew condemnation from opposition leaders and sparked protests on the streets.
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