Thousands of Morsi supporters have increased calls for their ousted president to be reinstated. This comes as prosecutors announced a criminal investigation into the Islamist leader, who has been secretly held by the military for nearly two weeks.
Clashes near Cairo between Egyptian police and supporters of deposed Islamist President Mohammed Morsi have turned deadly. Authorities say it is the most violent such unrest in months.
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.
More than 4 million Syrians have fled to neighboring countries. But as relief organizations cut back on aid, many are moving on. A lucky few are resettled, while others take a more dangerous route. Naomi Conrad reports.