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The focus of Egypt’s popular uprising against its president shifted from violence to a battle of wills on the 11th day of protest, a day the people
Around the world Egyptians have been closely following events on the streets of Cairo and other cities throughout the country. Hassan Elmouelhi has
Friday saw the protests in Egypt spread to more major cities.
In the industrial working class town of Almahalla, some 20,000 marched and massed for
euronews Brussels correspondent Sergio Cantone spoke to the European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Policy, Catherine Ashton, about the
Safwat Ezzayyat is a retired Egyptian general now running a military strategy thinktank, and well-placed to give an overview of the position of the
Euronews’ Luis Carballo had another difficult day in Cairo as he sought out stories of the epochal events. This is his latest report:
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Egypt’s second city, Alexandria. At least one million are reported to have gathered in the
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Some would portray this as an Islamic revolution.
But protesters from all backgrounds have gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. They include not only
Hundreds of people gathered outside a mosque in Istanbul after Friday prayers in a show of support for the anti-government protesters in Egypt
In Denmark a Somali man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for trying to kill a cartoonist whose drawing of the Prophet Mohamad provoked
Tahrir Square is the symbol of a divided nation.
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And, as the battle for Egypt rages, increasing attention is turning to
Hosni Mubarak has spoken out for the first time since the protests in Egypt began. In an interview, the 82-year-old president refused to step down
Adding their voice of support for the demonstrators in Egypt.
Hundreds of people have held a protest in Amman in Jordan.
A well as sending a
Hugely disappointing jobs numbers from the US. Payrolls there – excluding agriculture – grew by just 36,000 in January.
Economists had predicted
From Japan comes word that Nippon Steel Corporation and Sumitomo Metal Industries are to merge to create the world’s second largest
A report that BP’s local partners in Russian oil company TNK-BP are in talks to sell their stake to Rosneft or the government has been denied
A growing appetite for luxury goods in China helped LVMH post a 13 percent rise in sales in the final three months of last year. The world’s biggest
Hundreds of thousands of anti-government supporters have gathered in central Cairo for what the organisers are calling a Friday of Departure.
Euronews spoke to Ayman Nour, the leader of the El Ghad opposition party.
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Correspondent Mohamed ElHamy began by asking if
Not completely derailed from their original summit agenda by Egyptian affairs, the leaders of the European Union have been discussing a
Iran’s supreme leader is calling on the people of Egypt and Tunisia to unite around their religion and against the west, calling the recent events an
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The Egyptian Defence Minister and military chiefs have made a surprise visit to Tahrir Square, the first by senior officials since the unrest
Hosni Mubarak’s power structure in Egypt has been warned by the European Union’s leaders at their summit in Brussels against any outbreak of violence
European Union foreign policy representative Catherine Ashton has made clear the bloc’s resolve to support Egyptians’ own peaceful resolution of
Euronews correspondent Mohamed Elhamy has been able to visit some of the areas where protesters are gathering.
“I’ve walked around Tahrir Square
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