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Egypt's Mohamed ElBaradei exits race for president
Los Angeles Times
The announcement by Mohamed ElBaradei, who appeared to have been outflanked by Egypt's military rulers and the Muslim Brotherhood, is a setback and a disappointment for liberal and secular activists. “My conscience does not permit me to run for the ...
Egypt's ElBaradei Ends Presidential Bid
Nobel Laureate Drops Bid for Presidency of Egypt
Egypt's ElBaradei pulls out of race
Egypt's democracy is a sham, says ElBaradei, as he pulls out of election
One of Egypt's leading voices for reform, Mohamed ElBaradei, said yesterday he is pulling out of the country's presidential race in protest at the military's failure to put the country on the path to democracy. The 69-year-old Nobel laureate, ...
Egypt's hardline Islamists and secular parties in rare talks to balance ...
CAIRO — Egypt's ultraconservative Islamist party has reached out to rival secular and liberal political factions in an unusual, behind-the-scenes attempt to unify their ranks and counter the Muslim Brotherhood's power in the country's new parliament. ...
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The statue of Tala'at Harb, the Egyptian nationalist and founder of the Bank of Egypt who died in 1941, is to be found in the Cairo square named after him, a short walk from Tahrir Square. A small, besuited, stocky figure in a fez, he stands atop a ...
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Egyptian hopes for post-revolution jobs
Forget the young pro-democracy activists who confronted the security forces in Cairo's Tahrir Square a year ago and toppled Egypt's autocratic president, Hosni Mubarak. According to people in the cotton mill town of Mahalla el-Kubra, two hours' drive ...
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Qatar Emir Backs Troops to Syria as ElBaradei Exits Egypt Race
Elsewhere in the region, attacks on demonstrators continued in Syria yesterday and Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei said he wouldn't run for president of Egypt. “Some troops should go to stop the killing” in Syria, the Qatari emir said in the ...
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Egypt Military Ruler to Visit Libya Monday
Egypt's military ruler Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi is to visit Libya Monday in order to bolster ties between the two neighbouring countries state-owned Al-Ahram newspaper reported. It said that Tantawi, who heads the Supreme Council of the Armed ...
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Egypt's Zamalek take on Ittihad on Sunday
By Tamer Mohamed - The Egyptian Gazette CAIRO - The 14th week of the 2011-2012 Egyptian Premier League continues Sunday with three games: El-Gouna, Al-Ittihad of Alexandria and Wadi Degla are going to take on El-Talefounat, Zamalek and El-Geish ...
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Egypt's radical Salafis approach secular rivals
Click here Egypt's radical Salafis approach secular rivals Originally published: January 14, 2012 1:44 AM Updated: January 14, 2012 7:10 AM By The Associated Press MAGGIE MICHAEL (Associated Press) (AP) -- Egypt's ultraconservative Islamist party has ...
Egypt government finds surprising praise for economy hours before IMF visit
It could be a government move to build support for a controversial loan, says former finance minister Egyptian government officials declared a "big improvement" in key indicators of the economy on Saturday, in a move former minister of finance Hazem ...