The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
In a movement that's nearly a century old and has long been led by aging men, it's the youth of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood who are beginning to call the shots. Kristen McTighe reports from Cairo.
An Egyptian court has condemned Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Mohammed Badie and 13 other people to death for planning attacks on police and army institutions that were "aimed at sowing chaos."
An Egyptian court has sentenced senior leaders of the banned Muslim Brotherhood to life imprisonment for inciting murder. Death sentences were upheld against four other group members.
Egypt's Administrative Court has suspended parliamentary elections scheduled to begin on March 22. The country's election committee is expected to set a new date for the polls.