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Critics round on Egypt's 'repressive' new anti-terror law

Critics of Egypt’s new anti-terrorism law, fear it will be used to crush dissent and stifle press freedom. The addition to the law books, introduced

Critics of Egypt’s new anti-terrorism law, fear it will be used to crush dissent and stifle press freedom. The addition to the law books, introduced

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Egypt constitution backed by large majority of voters - state media

More than 90 percent of referendum voters in Egypt voted “yes” to a new constitution for the country, according to state media. Official results

More than 90 percent of referendum voters in Egypt voted “yes” to a new constitution for the country, according to state media. Official results

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Curfew shortened after security conditions improve in Egypt

From Saturday, Egypt will shorten the country’s curfew by two hours every day. The army says this is because of an improvement in security

From Saturday, Egypt will shorten the country’s curfew by two hours every day. The army says this is because of an improvement in security

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'There is room for everyone' says Egypt's army chief al-Sisi

The cancellation of a planned march to the Supreme Court in Cairo did not prevent hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters taking to the streets of

The cancellation of a planned march to the Supreme Court in Cairo did not prevent hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters taking to the streets of

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The latest from Cairo by our man on the spot

Our correspondant Mohammed Shaikhibrahim reports from on the May 15 bridge in Cairo. “There are clashes developing with members of the Muslim

Our correspondant Mohammed Shaikhibrahim reports from on the May 15 bridge in Cairo. “There are clashes developing with members of the Muslim

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As compromise eludes Egypt's politicians, street killing continues

It is a bitter challenge for Egypt’s leaders to talk politics when they disagree about so much, and while people are killing each other in the

It is a bitter challenge for Egypt’s leaders to talk politics when they disagree about so much, and while people are killing each other in the

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Cairo: Muslim Brotherhood "shot at us," says protester

Thousands of Mohamed Mursi supporters were out on the streets of Cairo on Friday, calling for the ousted president to be reinstated. The clashes

Thousands of Mohamed Mursi supporters were out on the streets of Cairo on Friday, calling for the ousted president to be reinstated. The clashes

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Egyptian army or Muslim Brotherhood? When push comes to shove

Riad Muasses, euronews: “Following closely the bloodshed surrounding events in Egypt, and the army’s intervention in politics with the divestment of

Riad Muasses, euronews: “Following closely the bloodshed surrounding events in Egypt, and the army’s intervention in politics with the divestment of

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Egyptians suffer cuts and queues as fuel crisis bites

The news from Egypt since 2011 has been dominated by politics, upheaval, and religious tensions, but daily needs are becoming a pressing

The news from Egypt since 2011 has been dominated by politics, upheaval, and religious tensions, but daily needs are becoming a pressing