Mohamed Morsi

Egypt, Iran strategic interests are still worlds apart

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to Cairo to attend a meeting of the Organization of Islamic States has sparked speculation

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Man beaten by Egypt police shown on TV blaming protesters

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A man who was beaten and dragged across the ground naked by Egyptian riot police during a demonstration on Friday

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Egypt: 4 members of Black Bloc arrested

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Four suspected members of the Black Bloc group have been arrested near the High Court in downtown Cairo Wednesday evening.

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Egypt’s Morsi declares state of emergency

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Egypt’s president declared on Sunday a 30-day state of emergency and night curfew in the three Suez Canal provinces hit

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At least 26 die in Egyptian clashes over death sentences

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At least 26 people died on Saturday when Egyptians rampaged in protest at the sentencing of 21 people to death

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Fears over Egyptian currency lead to dollar rush

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As Egypt prepared to release official results of the divisive constitutional referendum on Tuesday, the country edged deeper into economic

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Egypt’s Vice President and Central Bank Chief Resign

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Egypt’s Vice President Mahmoud Mekky has announced his resignation, after playing a key role in national unity talks called for

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Egypt extends voting on Islamist-drafted constitution

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Egypt extended voting by four hours on Saturday in the second and decisive round of a referendum that was expected

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Egypt’s Morsi fails to impress opposition

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The concessions offered in Egypt by President Mohammed Morsi have failed to satisfy his opponents. The opposition is still rejecting

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Egypt: Mursi’s concession fails to quell anger

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Egypt’s president scrapped a decree that gave him extra powers and ignited violent protests, but irate opponents said on Sunday

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