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Muslim Brotherhood expected to win legality, lose popularity
The Muslim Brotherhood is finally prepared to enter the political arena as a legitimate actor, but they still need to deal with popular perceptions of their intentions and millions of new entrants to the political realm  
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Egypt military council swears in new cabinet
Egypt's military supreme council swore in a new Cabinet Tuesday that includes 11 new ministers

Mubarak's salary disclosed; his billions are unexplainable
Estimates of former president Mubarak's vast fortune begged for investigations. An Egyptian judge reveals Mubarak's monthly salary

Protesters demand Shafiq government is dissolved
Demonstrators returned to Tahrir Square Tuesday as their demands remain on the shelf and Mubarak's prime minister continues to head the interim government

Pre-revolution parties try to adjust to post-revolution realities
Egypt's traditional opposition finds itself sinking in the sands of change as the regime crumbles and the younger generations find their voice

Arab League to hold emergency meeting on Libya
Tuesday, Cairo is set for an emergency Arab League meeting to discuss Libyan revolt

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Copts protest Egypt train shooting
The area surrounding the Citadel was turned on Wednesday night into the scene of another round of clashes between Copts and the police

Coptic Priest found dead in southern Egypt
Speculation surrounds the priest's death

Egypt's opposition demands unified law for building houses of worship
Egypt's opposition parties demand that the government take the attack on the Two Saints Church seriously and work to uproot the underlying causes of current sectarian tensions

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Official results : 16 opposition, 424 NDP, 65 "independents"
The 2010-2015 parliament will have a sweeping NDP majority

"Hire a thug" and other campaign expenditures
The legally imposed limit on campaign spending of LE100,000 is proving little more than wishful thinking, what with the cost of billboards, TV adds and thugs for hire

Mubarak: Despite some irregularities elections were transparent
President Hosni Mubarak hails the NDP for its sweeping majority in the parliamentary elections, as well as the performance of the Higher Council for Elections

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