Former President Hosni Mubarak and his sons were subjected to provisional detention for 15 days after their trial August 3.
Egypt's military used force to clear protesters from Tahrir Square August 1, the first day of Ramadan.
After five months of waiting for their demands to be met, Egyptians are once again hosting large demonstrations in Tahrir Square.
Egyptian professors are demanding that university administrators appointed by former President Hosni Mubarak be removed from their positions.
After the January 25 revolution in Egypt, 1500 families were evicted from their homes in Cairo and have set up makeshift camps. Homeless protesters are now demanding affordable housing.
The political dynamics of Gaza changed after the Egyptian revolution--the interim military government opened the Rafah border crossing. But only people can cross the border, not commercial goods.
Fires erupt after Egyptian youth protesters overrun baltagiya—street gangs—in Tahrir Square. Protesters demand an end to emergency law and police brutality and convictions of security force members.
On June 28, 2011, thousands of young Egyptians joined the protest in downtown Cairo. Ahm markazi (central security forces) used tear gas as demonstrators continued to gather in Tahrir Square.
Clashes broke out in Tahrir Square Wednesday night and over 1,000 people were injured after security forces used tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters.
The postponement of the trial for former interior minister Habib al-Adly and six of his aides caused Egyptians to flood Tahrir Square in protest of the delay.
The future of Egypt's revolution could be at stake if groups of citizens continue to resist the protests in Tahrir Square.
Under Mubarak, Egyptian media was a state-controlled mouthpiece for the government. Now, in the wake of the revolution, the struggle for press freedom is far from over.