President Mohammed Morsi
Aug 17, 2013 — Police and military forces clad in riot gear had surrounded the area in an hours-long siege of the compound in Cairo.
Aug 16, 2013 — The Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters are back in the streets. The government has said it will use live ammunition to protect public buildings and security forces. After Wednesday's crackdown left more than 600 people dead and nearly 4,000 wounded, the country is is shedding more blood.
Aug 15, 2013 — While the president did not say the U.S. will cut off aid to Egypt, he did say that joint military exercises scheduled for September have been canceled. He called on Egypt's leaders to lift a state of emergency and to take steps to stop the violence and respect human rights.
Aug 15, 2013 — "It's difficult to see a path out of this crisis, at least not without more people dying," NPR's Leila Fadel reports. Wednesday's crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi left hundreds dead and several thousand people wounded.
Jul 26, 2013 — The charges against the ousted Egyptian leader stem from his 2011 escape from prison in the final days of the Hosni Mubarak regime.
Dec 8, 2012 — The referendum on the draft constitution is still set for Dec. 15, an official said in an overnight news conference. President Mohammed Morsi had been planning to give up those extra powers then.
Dec 8, 2012 — Egypt's army also warned both supporters and opponents of President Morsi that they must hold talks, otherwise Egypt will enter a "dark tunnel" leading to catastrophe — and the army won't allow it.