The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
Former top members of the now blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood have been sentenced to life in jail - a term that amounts to 25 years. Around 15,000 of the group's members and supporters have been arrested since last year.
Senior members of Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, who had sought refuge in Qatar, have agreed to leave the Gulf state. Doha has come under increasing pressure from its neighbors not to support the Islamist Group.
A court has commuted the death sentence against the spiritual leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood. In this case, Mohammed Badie will get life in prison, but he has also been sentenced to death in another trial.
An Egyptian court has ordered the release of activist and blogger Alaa Abdel-Fattah. The prominent activist was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment after violating Egypt's anti-protest law.
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