The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
An Egyptian court has adjourned for the second time its verdict in the trial of three Al Jazeera reporters until end of August. The journalists are accused of aiding a "terrorist organization" with false reporting.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has pledged economical and political support to Egypt as the two countries resumed a strategic dialogue after six years. Kerry was to meet President el-Sissi before heading to Doha.
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.
A Cairo court is set to issue a verdict on three Al-Jazeera journalists accused of being part of a terrorist group and broadcasting false information. The ruling comes as authorities crack down on independent reporting.