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15:55Algerian government to boost dialogue with people: minister
15:55French FM: Qaddafi is discredited and he should leave
15:46U.S. warns citizens on Yemen as protests swell
15:31South Sudan sets conditions for north debt help
15:31Gaddafi forces drive back rebels east of Sirte
15:30Egypt’s Zamalek in Syria to prepare for Africain clash
14:53Bahrain promises government jobs
14:52Saudi Arabia detained 22 Shi'ites, activists say
14:52Strife continues inside state owned media
14:38Massar Egbari at the Bibliotheca Alexandria
14:08Hamas: Change in Egypt has given us back our lives
14:04Yemen opposition pledges to intensify protests
14:03Cairo Opera House holds first Gala concert after Revolution
13:55Four US warplanes return Egyptians from Tunisia
13:48AUC condemns police using Tahrir campus to fire at protesters
13:25Al Jazeera says Libya rebels hold four Britons
13:20Lower level output steady: east Libya oil firm
13:20Gaddafi tanks shell Libya's third city Misrata
13:19 Mozart at El Sawy Culturewheel
13:18French FM denounces Gaddafi's 'criminal folly'
13:18Big-hitting Karlovic serves up new world record
13:18Tripoli celebrates regime 'victories'
13:17International atomic energy agency to look into new information Iran's nuclear.....
12:34Oman Air employees demonstrate outside HQ
12:33Kenya's Kipsang wins Lake Biwa marathon
12:31Sharaf oversees transfer of state security to cabinet
11:33Mideast tourism sector braced for fallout
11:09El-Essawy new minister of interior
11:07Thousands protest at Bahrain Palace
11:01Alexandria cotton deals up from last year

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