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Second set of three-judge panel in trial of senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders steps down following disruptions
Defense lawyer says court ruling means the group will soon be released following more than a month in custody
New charter will pave the way for a nationwide referendum on the military-instituted political transition plan
Anti-government and pro-Morsi protesters rallied as voting began on draft constitution that would ban religious parties
Pressure from Washington comes amid outcry over jail sentences for female protesters, some under 18-years-old
Fourteen women face 11 years in jail for participating in a pro-Morsi rally, as interim PM defends new protest laws
Security forces used tear gas, water cannons to enforce controversial law forbidding protests without permits
In first application of new law, security forces fire tear gas to disperse students south of Cairo
Requires three-day notice, government approval, of any gathering over 10 people; imposes new stiff penalties
General's public profile has grown since he ousted democratically elected President Morsi
Sixteenth century art is surrounded by 21st century innovation at the Kimbell Museum in Fort Worth
Most U.S. servicemembers who said they suffered unwanted sexual contact in 2012 were men. Lori Jane Gliha reports.