Thousands of opponents of President Mohammed Morsi are waiting on Cairo's Tahrir Platz. They are waiting to see if he will resign before the military steps in, as it has promised.
Almost half of Egypt, including the capital Cairo, was voting on Sunday in the second stage of parliamentary elections. The vote will produce the country's first legislature since the chamber was dissolved in 2012
Nihal Saad Zaghloul saw her friend sexually assaulted in the middle of Egypt’s Tahrir Square and was unable to help. Farid Farid reports from Cairo on a new campaign to combat such attacks against women.
Egyptians are electing their first parliament since the 2013 coup that overthrew President Morsi. But, as Naomi Conrad reports from Cairo, amid a climate of intimidation and repression, many are boycotting the elections.
Russia says a bomb exploded on the Metrojet plane over Sinai, after traces of explosives were found in the wreckage. As Kristen McTighe reports, the shadowy Sinai Province of the Islamic State is the likely perpetrator.