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Hezbollah man escapes from Egypt prison: sources
CAIRO (Reuters) - A member of the Lebanese group Hezbollah jailed in Egypt for planning attacks in the country has escaped from prison, Egyptian security sources said on Thursday.
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Five killed as Egypt protesters come under fire |
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Factbox: Ordinary Egyptians comment on violence
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Egypt's ElBaradei, Islamists reject government talks offer
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Egypt protesters say detained 120 police and loyalists
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Factbox: What is the Muslim Brotherhood?
(Reuters) - The Muslim Brotherhood, an officially banned movement seen as the best organized opposition, issued a statement on Thursday calling for a national unity government to replace Mubarak.
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Vodafone says text messages still down in Egypt
LONDON (Reuters) - Mobile phone operator Vodafone said on Thursday that text message services were still down in Egypt and that its network was struggling due to a lack of power and possible damage to its equipment.
World, 4:11am EST
Egypt finmin: bourse losses greater than fin crisis: TV
DUBAI (Reuters) - Egyptian Finance Minister Samir Radwan said current stock market losses exceed losses seen during the global financial crisis, Arabiya television channel said in an alert on Thursday.
World, 4:03am EST
Egypt's Islamists demand that Mubarak government goes: TV
CAIRO (Reuters) - The Muslim Brotherhood, seen as Egypt's biggest organized opposition group, said on Thursday that President Hosni Mubarak and his government had to go to avoid a crackdown on protesters if it was allowed stay in power.
World, 3:26am EST
Yemeni president signals he won't stay beyond 2013
SANAA (Reuters) - Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, eyeing protests that threaten to topple Egypt's long-serving president, indicated on Wednesday he would leave office when his term ends in 2013, after three decades in power. | Video
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Egypt's anti-government rage
Thousands of Egyptians demanded an end to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule in unprecedented countrywide protests inspired by the revolt that brought down Tunisia's president.  Slideshow 
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