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Egyptians Protest After Case Dropped Against Mubarak

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Small clashes broke out between security forces and protesters on two Egyptian college campuses as a court cleared President Hosni

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Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak waves to his supporters from his stretcher as he returns to Maadi military hospital in Cairo

Egyptian court drops case against Mubarak over 2011 protest killings

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An Egyptian court has dropped its case against former President Hosni Mubarak over the killing of 239 protesters in the

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Jailed Mubarak given new detention order after questioning

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An Egyptian prosecutor placed a new detention order on Hosni Mubarak on Saturday after the ousted ex-president was questioned over

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Syria’s Zoubi assails Egyptian and Turkish leaders

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BEIRUT, Lebanon – Syria’s top government spokesman declared Monday that the refugees fleeing its borders were welcome back “at any

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Former Egyptian Vice President Suleiman dies, report

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Omar Suleiman, the once-powerful head of Egypt’s intelligence service who tried and failed to run for president, died in an

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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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Vote result delay frays Egyptian nerves

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Allegations of fraud delayed the result of Egypt’s presidential election on Thursday, fraying nerves as the Muslim Brotherhood, which claims

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Egypt Election: Rival candidates claim victory

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There is growing confusion in Egypt over the outcome of the country’s presidential election after Ahmed Shafiq’s campaign team said

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Egypt’s Mubarak on life support

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Hosni Mubarak was on life support in hospital on Wednesday, Egyptian military officials said, denying a report that the ousted

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Egypt tense on second day of new president vote

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A second day of voting on Sunday will deliver Egypt’s first freely elected president, though the country faces renewed tension

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