Court rules to include Mohamed Morsi – Egypt’s first freely-elected president – to state’s official list of ‘extremist’
The former President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi congratulated Egypt on the Eid and also encouraged the people to continue and complete the revolution.
Sisi's coup was so bloody that even the sheep that was manipulated into gathering in Tahrir Square was shocked. But it was too late. Morsi being a democratic leader could not use repression and violence against the masses.
David Cameron has invited Egypt's Sisi to the UK amid the Morsi controversy with the official invitation drawing criticism from several NGO's and associations because of Sisi's terrible human rights record
France has refused to comment on the death sentence to Mohammad Morsi with a government official saying he cannot comment on a decision given by Egyptian justice system
Experts in the US have questioned and criticized the lack of response by the West to Morsi's death sentence.
Egypt has summoned its envoy to Pakistan after Pakistan criticized the death sentences of former President Mohamed Morsi.
Former Egyptian President'Mohammed Morsi's defence lawyer has been unable to him to meet him for the past 25 days, with file requests unanswered by the Egyptian authorities.
106 defendants that have been referred to the grand mufti for the death sentence. Amongst them are five Palestinians who have been killed in separate incidents.
Ousted President Mohamed Morsi was given the death sentence by an Egypt court, receiving mixed reactions from Egyptians across the country.
Three Egyptian judges have been 'shot dead in Sinai' hours after ousted ex-President Mohamed Morsi was sentenced to death
Both the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas have condemned the death sentence verdict for Mohamed Morsi and have urged the international community to take action.
Turkish Foreign Ministry criticizes court's 'arbitrary' decision.
Egypt's attorney general jails pro-Morsi judge for 'protesting'
Egyptian authorities had launched a relentless crackdown on dissent largely targeting supporters of Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected president who was overthrown by the army in 2013.
Egypt's former president Mohammad Morsi, deposed by the army in 2013, will not stand trial for incitement to murder over deadly protests that followed his ouster.
Morsi asked to meet his lawyer to discuss the spying case, which will be examined by court on Sunday.
Morsi, like his co-defendants, insists that the charges against him are politically driven.
The funds and assets of Brotherhood members frozen by government-appointed panel.