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Why Egypt’s future prospects are hanging in the balance
Two years on from the Arab Spring, Egypt is teetering on the bring of chaos. Defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones looks at the country’s prospects for peace – or civil war.
Egypt: Mansour sets out steps for new government
Interim leader Adly Mansour sets out plans for Egyptian elections and names interim government leaders as the country reels from the bloody clash between Islamists and the army on Monday.
Islamists urge protests against Egypt’s military coup
An Islamist coalition, led by the Muslim Brotherhood, urges its supporters to take to the streets and protest against a military coup that ousted Egypt’s president Mohamed Morsi.
Egypt: President Morsi ousted in military coup
President Morsi is ousted as Egypt’s president, and the army announces a temporary transitional period and new elections “to establish trust, peace and stability for the people”.
Clerics warn of ‘civil war’ as Egypt erupts into violence
Clerics warn of a “civil war”, and the army says it may have to intervene, as opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Mursi clash violently across Egypt.
Egypt constitution vote: vice-president resigns
Egypt’s vice-president resigns hours before polls close in the second round of a referendum over controversial constitutional reform.
Egypt opposition rejects talks with Mursi to end violence
Egypt’s main opposition coalition refuses to take part in President Mohammed’s proposed dialogue to end a crisis sparked by the Islamist leader’s decision to expand his powers.
Egypt president calls for dialogue after clashes
Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi calls for a meeting with the opposition on Saturday to defuse a political crisis, after violent clashes leave five dead and hundreds injured.
New constitution for Egypt – but opposition cries foul
An Islamist-led assembly raced through approval of a new constitution for Egypt to end a crisis over President Mohamed Mursi’s newly expanded powers, but opponents respond with another rally in Cairo.
Calls for Egypt’s Mursi to respect democratic process
Mohammad Mursi, the Egyptian president, has come under heavy criticism after granting himself sweeping new powers including putting himself above the law.
Egypt’s cabinet offers its resignation
The Army Council is said to be considering the Egyptian cabinet’s offer of resignation, as reports suggest Egyptian troops have used live ammunition against protesters.
Arab uprisings: what happens next in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya?
The scent of revolution has moved to Libya, but after people power brought down the leaders of Tunisia and Egypt, Channel 4 News asks two Middle East experts what is happening in those countries now.
Egypt: How Mubarak evaded resignation
As protesters mass in Cairo again, Channel 4 News looks into the 24 hours that saw President Mubarak face down intense pressure for his immediate resignation.
Egypt: protests spread as Mubarak holds on
A senior aide to President Mubarak tells Lindsey Hilsum in Cairo that “the revolution won” and the President no longer has power. But the protesters pouring onto the streets appear to disagree.
Egypt: euphoria in Cairo as President Mubarak steps down
After 18 days of mass protests across Egypt against President Hosni Mubarak’s 30 year rule, the embattled leader resigns from power and a military council is put in place to run the country’s affairs.