The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
Two years ago, the Muslim Brotherhood was driven underground, after President Mohammed Morsi was deposed. Tensions between the Brotherhood and the regime now seem to be escalating. Naomi Conrad reports from Cairo.
Islamist group the "Sinai Province" has claimed responsibility for missiles fired at Israel, after days of clashes between the jihadis and Egyptian troops. The attack caused no casualties, Israeli officials say.
The attacks in Sinai were claimed by Sinai Province, an Egyptian militant group that has pledged allegiance to the "Islamic State" group. Kristen McTighe reports from Cairo on its growing influence in the region.
Militants have carried out a wave of attacks, including a suicide car bombing, on Egyptian army checkpoints in the troubled Sinai Peninsula. Military officials said that at least 15 security personnel were killed.