Full Coverage - Egypt Crisis
Hundreds of diehard supporters of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak clashed with his foes in central Cairo.
Thursday , 5 May '11An UK official said 2011 had seen a confluence of events that would change course of history.
Monday , 21 March '11In the first test for democracy, Egyptians voted 'yes' to the nine constitutional amendments.
Saturday , 19 February '11Weeks of protests in Cairo and across Egypt forced the country's long serving president to step down.
Saturday , 19 February '11And some scholars and business groups say it has already begun taking steps to protect the privileges of its gated economy.
Friday , 18 February '11The panic-stricken family has reportedly taken refuge in their £8.5 million luxurious townhouse in London.
Thursday , 17 February '11Lara Logan, the network’s chief foreign affairs correspondent, was covering the celebrations in Tahrir Square.
Tuesday , 15 February '11Reports put Mubarak's worth as $60-70 billion, but banking experts believe it to be upto $5 billion.
Tuesday , 15 February '11While urging Egyptians to end strikes, military says Constitution will be reformed by popular referendum.
Tuesday , 15 February '11Some protesters said they wanted more concrete steps to be taken before they withdraw their demonstration completely.
Monday , 14 February '11Estimates of Mubarak's fortune vary but there is widespread rumour that it is worth $70 billion.
Monday , 14 February '11After celebrating Hosni's rule for 30 years, the official media has promised to be more attentive to the people.
Monday , 14 February '11Egypt's generals are preparing to ban strikes and to warn they will act against chaos and disorder.
Sunday , 13 February '11Tahrir square was at the heart of the Egyptian uprising.
Sunday , 13 February '11A human right group cautioned that reforms were still needed in the middle eastern nation.
Sunday , 13 February '11Day after: Protesters clean up, leave Tahrir—to return if army doesn’t keep promise.
Sunday , 13 February '11Biggest party ever, with a hint of India.
Saturday , 12 February '11Key events in the more than two weeks of protests that led to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
Saturday , 12 February '11It was the people who forced Hosni Mubarak from power, but it is the generals who are in charge now.
Saturday , 12 February '11US President Barack Obama said people of Egypt had spoken and would settle for nothing less than 'genuine democracy.'