Egypt on the Brink of Collapse?

Despite the appointment of an interim president and the prospect of elections next year, Mohamed Morsi's ouster has severely divided the population.

  • Egypt:   Nation on Brink of Collapse

    Deutsche Welle, 9 July 2013

    Since the ousting of President Morsi, Egypt has been in a state of chaos. The Muslim Brotherhood rejects the newly appointed head of the interim government and plans for new… Read more »




  • Egypt:   Death Toll in Cairo Clashes Set at 54

    Aswat Masriya, 9 July 2013

    Investigations have revealed that 54 people were killed, mostly by gunfire, in violent confrontations between supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi and security forces by… Read more »

  • Egypt:   Neither Coup Nor Revolution

    AfricaFocus, 8 July 2013

    "We did not launch this revolution nor risk our lives only to change the players. We wanted to change the rules of the game. That was the mandate we gave to Morsy. He has failed in… Read more »

A child looks at a poster of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi outside Raba al-Adwyia Mosque, in Nasr City, Cairo.