Two Coptic churches were bombed in Egypt on Sunday. The explosions occurred as worshipers had been celebrating Palm Sunday, one of the holiest days of the Christian calendar. Egyptian officials have denounced the attacks and Pope Francis sent his "deep condolences."
Serving as a local interpreter for the US during the war in Afghanistan was a deeply risky move. It was like putting a target on your head for Taliban fighters. The US promised to help interpreters, but for two of them, the road to their holiday lunch this week reunited in the US was long and complex.
Wealthy conservatives are funding climate change denial organizations, often more than a $1 million at a time, to try to keep the United States government from cracking down on business like oil companies. But the identities of these donors remain unknown.
Who is General Sisi? And what are the Obama administration's policy options for Egypt in perpetual crisis? The World's host Carol Hills speaks with Robert Springborg from the Naval Postgraduate School, and Leslie Gelb of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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.
Egyptians over the weekend cast ballots in a two-part referendum on its proposed new constitution. But protests, meanwhile continue, with protesters for and against the constitution taking to the street. It's gotten to the point where business officials say its cutting into their profits.
Egypt's efforts to forge a new constitution have largely been stymied to date. The first version was thrown out by the courts as not reflective of the country's diversity. Now, a new assembly is trying to write a new one, but encountering resistance from Egyptians who don't like what's in this latest document.
In the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria, the beaches are largely empty, because Muslims are observing the first day of Ramadan. But there is one group that's enjoying the sun and waves -- Egyptian Christians.
From Alexandria to Cairo, Egyptians have been joining in huge protests to fight for freedom in their country. To more fully understand the uprising, we've heard from journalists, protesters, and scholars all week. Here are some of their voices.
The turmoil in the north African country of Libya figures in today's Geo Quiz: Many are now fleeing the unrest, streaming into several different countries. We're looking for the names of some of those places...
South Africa has been experiencing a wave of anti-immigrant violence and so far, 42 people have been killed, and thousands of others have fled their homes in the past two weeks, so The BBC's Martin Plaut takes a look at what's behind the violent attacks.
For today's Geo Quiz we were searching for the birthplace of the last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, Cleopatra. The answer is the city of Alexandria, where archeologists may have come closer to discovering the long-searched-for royal tomb of Cleopatra and her lover Antony.
Egypt is on high alert after a New Year's Day suicide bombing at a Coptic Christian church in Alexandria. As Ursula Lindsey reports, the attack was just the latest violence targeting Christians in Egypt.