Egypt's supreme court has caused outrage by calling for the dissolution of the lower house of parliament. It has ruled that last year's parliamentary election was unconstitutional, deciding that one third of the seats were "illegitimate."
As Egypt's constitution is being re-drafted, one word is causing friction: "sharia." Sharia is often translated as "Islamic law" but it is much more than that. So much more that there is disagreement over what it means.
BBC journalist Shaimaa Khalil went back to her homeland, Egypt, to document the changes that occurred after the revolution. Her six-part series, "Egypt's challenge" describes the transformations her country is going through.
There is an eerie calm in Cairo Tuesday, the day after supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi were killed by military troops. Just how long will this calm hold? Host Marco Werman talks with journalist Shahira Amin.
Samira Ibrahim is speaking out against mistreatment she said she was subjected to by the Egyptian Army. The Tahrir Square protester said she was detained back in March, beaten and abused, including being subject to a "virginity test."