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Egypt resumes natural gas flow to Israel - Los Angeles Times Thu, 17 Mar 2011 00:45:48 GMT+00:00

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Egypt resumes natural gas flow to Israel
Los Angeles Times
The flow from Egypt was halted in early February after pipeline sabotage by unknown militants. Officials in Israel breathe a sigh of relief, although concerns remain for the future of the arrangement. By Batsheva Sobelman, Los Angeles Times Egypt ...
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Clinton: Aims of Egypt's Tahrir Square Revolt Must Be Met - The Ledger Thu, 17 Mar 2011 01:10:35 GMT+00:00

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Clinton: Aims of Egypt's Tahrir Square Revolt Must Be Met
The Ledger
AP CAIRO | US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton waded into crowds Wednesday at the symbolic heart of the uprising that toppled Egypt's longtime autocratic leader, urging the country's temporary leaders not to allow the revolution to fizzle nor ...
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Moody's Downgrades Egypt's Ratings - Wall Street Journal Wed, 16 Mar 2011 18:00:40 GMT+00:00

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Moody's Downgrades Egypt's Ratings
Wall Street Journal
DUBAI—Ratings agency Moody's Wednesday downgraded Egypt's sovereign bond ratings by one notch to Ba3, from Ba2, due to prolonged political uncertainty in the Arab republic and the adverse impact this is having on the country's fiscal ...
Moody's downgrades Egypt ratings, citing political uncertainty, Libya's unrestWashington Post
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Egypt's constitutional amendments face strong opposition - Xinhua Wed, 16 Mar 2011 21:37:19 GMT+00:00

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Egypt's constitutional amendments face strong opposition
Xinhua
Other parties, such as the "Socialist Arab Egypt Party", also rejected the constitutional changes saying they fail to meet people's aspirations. The Egyptian cabinet, headed by Essam Sharaf, urged people to take part in the referendum process to ...
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A Nigerian revolution - The Guardian Wed, 16 Mar 2011 19:59:31 GMT+00:00

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A Nigerian revolution
The Guardian
In primary school in south-eastern Nigeria, I was taught that Hosni Mubarak was the president of Egypt. I learned the same thing in secondary school. In university, Mubarak was still president of Egypt. I came to assume, subconsciously, ...
Egypt scraps hated state security armSydney Morning Herald
Egypt league to resume mid-AprilBBC Sport
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Zimbabwe Court Grants Bail to Six Accused of Fomenting Egyptian-Style Revolt - Voice of America Wed, 16 Mar 2011 20:26:47 GMT+00:00

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Zimbabwe Court Grants Bail to Six Accused of Fomenting Egyptian-Style Revolt
Voice of America
A Zimbabwe High Court Judge on Wednesday said the treason case against activists arrested last month while watching videos of protests in Egypt and Tunisia is weak and ordered the six defendants to be released on US$2000 bail apiece. ...
Zimbabwe court releases 'Egypt talk' activists on bailAFP
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As Gaddafi forces march on, Libyans flee to Egypt - Times of India Thu, 17 Mar 2011 02:32:43 GMT+00:00

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As Gaddafi forces march on, Libyans flee to Egypt
Times of India
SALLUM (EGYPT): Residents of rebel-held eastern Libya streamed into neighbouring Egypt on Wednesday fearful of an assault by forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi driving eastwards to put down a month-long revolt. Cars with suitcases tied to the roof and ...
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The fate of the Arabs will be settled in Egypt, not Libya - The Guardian Wed, 16 Mar 2011 22:00:44 GMT+00:00

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The fate of the Arabs will be settled in Egypt, not Libya
The Guardian
In Egypt itself, 11 people were killed in sectarian clashes between Christians and Muslims last week and women protesters were assaulted by misogynist thugs in Tahrir Square. Increasingly, US and European politicians and media hawks are insisting it's ...
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newCanada to give Egypt $11M for democratic change - CBC.ca Thu, 17 Mar 2011 01:57:11 GMT+00:00

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newCanada to give Egypt $11M for democratic change
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Egyptian interim Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, left, shakes hands with Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon, before their meeting in Cairo, Egypt, on Wednesday. (Associated Press) Canada is giving almost $11 million to Egypt to help foster ...
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Will Burkina Faso's protests catch fire like Egypt, Tunisia? - Christian Science Monitor Wed, 16 Mar 2011 20:44:25 GMT+00:00

Will Burkina Faso's protests catch fire like Egypt, Tunisia?
Christian Science Monitor
A nascent protest movement there seems to stem largely from the country's own internal conflicts, but as events progress I will be watching to see whether Burkinabe protesters are taking cues from their peers in Egypt, Tunisia, and elsewhere. ...

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