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ElBaradei attacked during Egypt referendum
CAIRO, March 19 (UPI) -- Mohamed ElBaradei, the Nobel laureate and ex-UN nuclear watchdog chief running for president of Egypt, was attacked during voting Saturday, witnesses said. ElBaradei was assaulted when he showed up at a school in Moqattam to ...
Egypt vote contrasts with thuggery and rigging of past
Egyptian turnout high in first post-Mubarak vote
Egypt votes freely for first time in half-century
PA to seek Egypt's aid in ending dispute with Hamas
The Palestinian Authority has decided to seek Egypt's help in ending the Hamas-Fatah dispute. The decision came following PA President Mahmoud Abbas's announcement last week that he was prepared to travel to the Gaza Strip to discuss with Hamas leaders ...
Abbas asks Egypt to support unity initiative
The future of Egyptian diplomacy in Palestine: A regional balancing act
CIC Backgrounder Points To Consider: Recent Iranian Efforts to Smuggle Arms
For Libyans fleeing Benghazi, UN action came too late
SALLOUM, Egypt -- Just hours earlier, Dr. Hana Galal personified Libya's potential future as a democratic state. As a member of the liberated east's government, Galal would glide into the National Libyan Council's meetings, ...
Terrified Libyans head east for Egypt and plead for western help
Hundreds of people crammed their cars with food and possessions and drove east towards Egypt as Colonel Gaddafi's forces, tanks and warplanes pushed in from the west. "Where is France? Where is Nato?" cried one woman as she fled the city. ...
Egypt Said to Arm Libya Rebels
Egypt stops flights to Libya
Egypt arming Libya rebels, Wall Street Journal reports
Egypt army takes charge, Mubarak to address nation
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Egyptian soldiers watch thousands of anti-government protesters in front of the Egyptian television headquarters in Cairo,Egypt, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011. Egypt's military threw its weight Friday behind President Hosni Mubarak's plan to stay in office ...
Complaints of Abuse in Army Custody
Egypt: End Torture, Military Trials of Civilians
'Worse than our worst nightmare during Mubarak'
Egypt to vote on constitutional amendments
Los Angeles Times
Egypt's first fully free vote in decades Saturday is to decide whether to accept the ruling military council's proposed democratic reforms. The vote features a bloc of eight constitutional amendments. By Garrett Therolf and Amro Hassan, ...
Egypt Reformers Wary Before Vote
Egypt deeply divided on constitutional referendum as polls close
First post-Mubarak vote shows Egypt's divisions
Global refrain 'Enough!' finally reaches Arab shores, but is it enough for ...
But where the fed-up Arab millions are headed in Egypt and Tunisia, and possibly soon in other lands, is the unanswered question of the moment. / The Associated Press - FILE - In this Sunday, July 2, 2000 file picture, presidential candidate Vicente ...
Many Egypt Christians vote 'no', fearing Islamists
"I fear the Islamists because they speak in civil slogans that have a religious context, like when one said he believed in a civil Egypt but at the same time no woman or Copt should run for president," said Samuel Wahba, a Coptic doctor. Continued...
Muslim Brotherhood: 'We'll accept referendum outcome'
Muslim Brotherhood will 'accept the result of the referendum'
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Egypt there for the taking
At first glance, Bafana's 16-year war with Egypt is as closely matched as rivalries get. Of the eight games the sides have contested since 1995, each has won four, scoring eight goals apiece. But only two fixtures were competitive, and the Pharaohs ...
We know what's expected - Egypt coach
Egypt squad announced: Zidan to spearhead attack against South Africa
New York Times
In a Divided Egypt, the Military and Islamists Play for Political Advantage
CAIRO, Egypt -- On a traffic island-based podium in Tahrir Square, an activist concluded his call for Egyptians to vote down tomorrow's referendum on proposed constitutional amendments, and music started playing. But barely one-hundred feet away on the ...
After Revolt, Egyptians Try to Shape New Politics
Religious propaganda, vote-buying flourish in Egypt ahead of vote
Egypt to Vote Tomorrow on Constitutional Amendments