On June 23, 2014, Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohammed were sentenced to seven to 10 years in prison by the Egyptian government. They were convicted of endangering national security and conspiring with the banned Muslim Brotherhood to broadcast false news. Al Jazeera demands an immediate release of their journalists.
With no police present, at least 74 people were killed in the violence after a soccer match in Egypt.
Anthropologists around the world are using new technology to take a deeper look at mummies than ever before.
A year after a people’s revolution in Egypt ousted a dictator, Egyptians still struggle to free themselves from military rule.
How long have people kept cats? Or, should the question be, how long have cats kept people?
Meet Yasemin, age 10, who sells string bracelets on the beach during her summer vacation.
An update on a few of the people’s rebellions taking place in the Middle East and North Africa.
After 18 days of major daily protests, and plenty of police violence against demonstrators, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned on February 11. These Egyptian kids explain how they took part, and share their hopes for Egypt’s future.
After more than 18 days of gathering in the streets, the Egyptian people were victorious: on Friday, February 11, Egyptian President Mubarak was forced out.
Scientists say they know what caused Tutankhamun’s death.