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Four bakers arrested and released on EGP 200 bail for violence during a city-wide bakery strike
Egyptian president meets with delegations from the Eritrean and Sudanese foreign ministries to discuss bilateral and regional issues
40 members of 6 April Youth Movement begin hunger strike in solidarity with those detained since 29 March protests
American actor visits Egypt to shed light on situation.
An Egyptian delegation led by Prime Minister Hesham Qandil arrives in Qatar on Tuesday evening to discuss eight new investment projects
The party recently weathered an internal rift leading to both Emad Abu Ghazi and Hossam Eissa’s resignations
Constitutional experts to draft amendments for 10-15 articles
University administration presses charges against 11 students, students press charges against top administrators
Hamas denies training the Free Syrian Army and tells the US it refuses to recognise Israel
Students will not leave campus until Hamdy Hassan resigns, administration will not talk until students leave
Thirteen detainees including lawyers accused of damaging Al-Raml police station
Two intellectually disabled persons arrested at random and beaten
Muslim Brotherhood secures tiny percentage of seats in student union elections at Mansoura and Cairo Universities
Stories of abuse from released detainees in Cairo
Strong economy is crucial to Egypt’s transition to democracy: Michael Bock, German ambassador to Egypt
The Al-Dostour Party member remains in custody without a trial date
Patterson outlines what is needed to complete Egypt’s transition
Senator Inhofe described Morsi as an “enemy” when proposing the US suspend military aid to Egypt
Eight people confirmed missing; number of dead and injured can only be approximated
One dead and dozens injured in clashes near presidential palace and Qasr Al-Eini
Rights group warns Egypt not to deport refugees back to Syria in violation of international agreements
“We talk religion… but we don’t talk politics,” says Ministry of Endowment spokesperson
Few political parties join NGO-led effort
Karzai’s re-election in 2009 was marred by widespread allegations of fraud
Assembly has enough time to finalise and put to referendum the draft constitution
One military man makes way for another
Four car bombs exploded in Shuala and three others were set off in Chikouk, an interior ministry official said, putting the overall toll from the attacks at 11 dead and 32 wounded.
Elections results and bank accounts at centre of law suits.
Supporters of the leftist coalition the Popular Front shouted slogans such as: “The people want to regime to fall!” and “Jobs, freedom, dignity!”
It will be the first visit to the Palestinian enclave by an Arab head of state since it was occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war.