Egyptian presidential election

Protest in Tahrir as Egypt waits for president

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Egyptians packed Tahrir Square in Cairo through the night on Saturday, waving flags and chanting for the end of military

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Egyptians demand release of election results

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Egyptian protesters have occupied Cairo’s Tahrir Square for the first time in months as they press for the release of

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Former candidates seek ‘unified front’ in presidential runoff

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Eliminated  Egyptian presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh and Khaled Ali are all expected to present a united stance on

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Leftist Party might support Shafiq for Egypt president

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The leftist Tagammu party has announced its support for Hosni Mubarak’s ex-prime minister Ahmed Shafiq in the presidential elections runoffs.

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Surprise rise of Mubarak loyalist

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An early hint that Egypt’s presidential election might hold a surprise came in March in this Nile Delta village, when

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Egypt poll turns violent, Shafiq’s head office set ablaze

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A group of unruly protesters ransacked and set ablaze the campaign headquarters of Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq in Cairo,

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Official results in Egypt’s presidential vote

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The runoff vote for Egypt’s next president will pit the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate against the last prime minister to serve

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Egypt’s Sabbahi seeks vote recount cites “violations”

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The candidate who is said to have come third – missing out on a run-off – in Egypt’s historic election

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Morsi – Shafik contest: Will Egypt go Islamist or secular?

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Egypt’s two most polarizing presidential candidates appeared headed for a runoff election next month that will decide whether the nation

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Egypt vote: Brotherhood advances to run-off

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The candidate of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood won a spot in a run-off election, according to partial results Friday from Egypt’s

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