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18:46Schools resume studies Saturday
18:45Egyptian Fahmy awarded CAF order of Merit ‘Gold’ Award
18:37Egypt Deputy PM to supervise Parliament and Upper House
18:22Sunderland and Elmohamady eager about next year
18:11Ex-minister: Gaddafi ordered Lockerbie bombing
18:10Bahrain: Royal pardon for 23 jailed, protesters won’t budge
18:09Egypt bans Atef Ebied, Farouk Hosni and Osama el-Shiekh from leaving
17:48Urgent UN session on Libya pushes for 'full accountability' for violence
16:53Libya pilot 'rejects Benghazi bombing, ditches plane'
16:33Iraq oil exports highest since Saddam
16:24German foreign minister to visit Egypt
16:10Coptic Priest found dead in southern Egypt
16:04Libyan oil output down by up to a quarter
15:38Paris supports freeze on Mubarak assets
15:35Red Crescent fears Libya exodus 'catastrophe'
15:28Dozens of Gaddafi supporters stage Tripoli rally
15:04Moody's put Bahrain on credit watch
14:50NZ earthquake toll at 75 dead, 300 missing
14:50Algerian Raouraoua wins a seat on FIFA executive committee
14:50Governments struggle to evacuate their citizens from Libya
14:41Saudi king announces $35 bn aid for citizens
14:25All Libyan ports temporarily closed
14:24Islamists see corruption-free Egypt economy flourishing
14:09Bahrain begins freeing political prisoners - MP
14:07French president urges EU sanctions against Libya
13:23Egypt police allegedly set building on fire in possible corruption cover-up
13:14Estimates of 1,000 dead in Libya credible-Italy
13:10Lebanon youths revolt against confessional system
13:00Egypt's antiquity employees demands attained
12:26Foreign affairs minister idle as Egyptians die in Libya

 
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