article 01 April 2014 UK, Egypt
David Cameron orders probe into Muslim Brotherhood

An investigation into the "activities" of the Muslim Brotherhood and the UK's policy towards the group is ordered by David Cameron.

video 31 March 2014 World, Egypt

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Egypt: Al Jazeera trial 'unnecessarily' delayed' - video

Three Al Jazeera journalists on trial in Egypt, including Peter Greste and Mohammed Fahmy, ask to be released saying terrorism charges against them are "preposterous". Instead, the case is adjourned.

article 24 March 2014 World, Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death

An Egyptian court sentences 529 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to death on charges including murder.

video 26 February 2014 World, Egypt

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First sighting of Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste - video

The first pictures have emerged of an Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste since his arrest by Egyptian authorities in December.

article 20 February 2014 World, Egypt
Protest calling for release of Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste (picture: Getty)
Al Jazeera trial puts focus on Egypt's media crackdown

The trial of Al Jazeera journalists puts Cairo's crackdown on the media in the spotlight - but for Egyptian journalists a climate of fear has been pervasive since the military took control last June.

article 19 February 2014 World, Egypt
Sue Turton at Egyptian embassy for Al Jazeera protest
by Journalists protest at the Egyptian embassy - video

Egypt is increasingly cracking down on journalists: four face up to 15 years in prison and 20 are accused of aiding terrorists, including Sue Turton, who told Channel 4 News why she is protesting.

post 17 February 2014
Read more from Jonathan Miller on his blog Gaza's paralysis: the story of Arab Dola

Gaza's kung-fu champion Arab Dola lies, back broken, in his bed - a literal representation of the paralysing poverty suffered by hundreds of thousands in the area.

article 16 February 2014 World, Egypt
Egyptian military policeman (Reuters)
Four killed in Egypt tourist bus blast

Three Korean tourists and their Egyptian driver die in an explosion in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.

article 29 January 2014 World, Egypt
His Excellency Ambassador Salah Abdel Sadek, chairman of Egypt's State Information Service (screengrab)
Egypt: Al Jazeera journalists 'to face charges'

The chairman of Egypt's State Information Service tells Channel 4 News that charges are to be brought against three Al Jazeera journalists who were detained last December.