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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood faces sharp internal divisions over presidential race - Washington Post Mon, 26 Mar 2012 23:13:06 GMT

The Associated Press

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood faces sharp internal divisions over presidential race
Washington Post
CAIRO — With presidential elections set to begin in May, Egypt's most powerful Islamist party is sharply divided over whether the group should field a candidate. The Muslim Brotherhood had promised for more than a year that it would not enter the race ...
Egypt's Brotherhood faces double backlashThe Associated Press
Muslim Brotherhood clashes with Egypt's military rulersMiamiHerald.com

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Egypt's Powder Keg: Meting Out Punishment for Port Said - Huffington Post Mon, 26 Mar 2012 22:51:17 GMT

CBC.ca

Egypt's Powder Keg: Meting Out Punishment for Port Said
Huffington Post
The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) is struggling with how to penalize the Suez Canal town of Port Said's soccer team Al Masri SC for a clash six weeks ago with supporters of crowned Cairo club Al Ahly SC in which 74 fans were killed in the worst ...
Egypt arrests 15 over soccer clashes: sourceReuters
Egypt soccer fans, troops clash; 1 killedUSA TODAY
Deadly clashes in Egypt after soccer club bannedChicago Tribune

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Egypt liberals quit Islamist-led constitution body - Atlanta Journal Constitution Mon, 26 Mar 2012 13:32:37 GMT

The Associated Press

Egypt liberals quit Islamist-led constitution body
Atlanta Journal Constitution
By HAMZA HENDAWI AP CAIRO — Two liberal Egyptian politicians on Monday pulled out of a 100-member panel to draft a new constitution after Islamists took a majority of its seats. The liberals complained that the body is not representative of the whole ...
Goodspeed Analysis: Tension mounts in Egypt as Islamists tighten gripNational Post
Egypt's Islamists Set to Dominate New ConstitutionWall Street Journal
Egypt's Islamists tighten their grip on powerThe Associated Press
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Dispute Over Supplies Leaves Gaza Short on Electricity - Voice of America Tue, 27 Mar 2012 00:21:33 GMT

Al-Arabiya

Dispute Over Supplies Leaves Gaza Short on Electricity
Voice of America
March 26, 2012 Dispute Over Supplies Leaves Gaza Short on Electricity Scott Bobb | Gaza City A dispute over fuel supplies between Egypt and Hamas has triggered shortages of fuel and electricity in the Gaza Strip that are causing massive power outages.
Hamas holds dozens of drivers in Gaza power crisisBoston.com
Hamas police in Gaza detain dozens of drivers for allegedly spreading rumors ...Washington Post
Political clash leaves Gaza without electricityAFP

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Enabling Egypt's Military Rulers - New York Times Tue, 27 Mar 2012 01:38:53 GMT

Enabling Egypt's Military Rulers
New York Times
The United States has built its relationship with Egypt around the Army, which it has supported with more than $39 billion in military aid over the last three decades. Egypt's year-old, pro-democracy revolution gave Washington a chance — and a reason ...

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Vodafone Remains Exposed to Egypt Risks a Year After Uprisings - BusinessWeek Mon, 26 Mar 2012 23:51:14 GMT

Vodafone Remains Exposed to Egypt Risks a Year After Uprisings
BusinessWeek
By Jonathan Browning on March 26, 2012 Over five days early last year, as the revolution escalated in Cairo, Hatem Dowidar, the chief executive officer of Vodafone Group Plc (VOD)'s Egypt unit, yielded to the regime's demands to issue pro-government ...

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Egyptian Christians Await New Coptic Pope Amidst Islamist Fears - Huffington Post Mon, 26 Mar 2012 15:47:23 GMT

Christian Post

Egyptian Christians Await New Coptic Pope Amidst Islamist Fears
Huffington Post
By Yasmine Saleh and Abdel Rahman Youssef CAIRO, March 25 (Reuters) - Picking a new pope for Egypt's Orthodox church could take months, officials said on Sunday, allowing debate to gather pace among Christians over the political role the next leader ...
Egypt's Copts Debate Role of New Pope After Shenouda IIIChristian Post
Egyptian Christians await new pope, debate role as Islamists rise to powerReuters Blogs (blog)
Protecting Egypt's moderate identityEgyptian Gazette

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Egypt's famous canal city symbolizes country's struggle for calm - Kansas City Star Mon, 26 Mar 2012 12:59:35 GMT

AFP

Egypt's famous canal city symbolizes country's struggle for calm
Kansas City Star
By HANNAH ALLAM SUEZ, Egypt -- After a bullet narrowly missed his head during last year's anti-government uprising, criminal defense attorney Khaled el Dakroury used his underworld connections to buy a Turkish-made 9 mm handgun, just for peace of mind.
Tugboat explosion kills three in Egypt's SuezAFP
3 killed and at least 9 injured in Suez Tugboat explosionAhram Online
Tugboat explosion kills three in SuezEgyptian Gazette

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Egypt blames hoarding for renewed fuel shortages - Reuters Mon, 26 Mar 2012 13:02:04 GMT

Bikya Masr

Egypt blames hoarding for renewed fuel shortages
Reuters
CAIRO, March 26 (Reuters) - A second wave of fuel shortages in Egypt this year has left drivers fuming in long queues at gas stations, disrupted business and led the financially-stretched government to blame speculators for hoarding subsidised ...
Egypt Minister Says Gasoline Crunch Over Soon, Shorouk ReportsBloomberg
The true price of Egypt's freedomThe Independent
There's someone trying our patienceEgyptian Gazette

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Apache Egypt production up 3% on new leases - MarketWatch Mon, 26 Mar 2012 19:02:35 GMT

Apache Egypt production up 3% on new leases
MarketWatch
(NYSE:APA) said Monday it has increased production in Egypt's Western Desert thanks to the development of new leases. The Houston company's current gross production in Egypt is about 203000 barrels of oil and 880 million cubic feet of gas per day, ...
Apache presses Egypt Faghur basin discoveries, 3DOil & Gas Journal
Apache's Drilling Success, New Development Leases in Faghur Basin Point to ...Sacramento Bee

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