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17:42Pope Shenouda returns from medical trip and urge Egyptians to vote
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The Constitutional amendments, due to be put to popular referendum on the 19th of this month, have been the subject of heated debate. Where do you stand?
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In light of recent events, the dormant fears of an Islamic state have come to life once again particularly for the Christian minority in Egypt.
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After decades of repression, the Islamist movement in Egypt is enjoying unprecedented openness, thanks to the revolution. This may not translate into greater strength, however
Egyptian Islamists, along with NDP, campaign hard for a "Yes" vote on Constitutional amendments
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Gulf forces push Bahrain unrest to regional crisis
Intervention by Saudi and GCC may lead to confrontation between local powers, warn analysts
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Amnesty International and Human Rights watch call for the release of political detainees in Syria, a day after Al-Assad regime arrested more than 25 protesters
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Unless the Central Bank of Egypt acts now, the country could face an economic meltdown it cannot weather
Accepting the constitutional amendments is the best to make swift change; rejecting them opens the way to drift and lost momentum for the 25 January Revolution
Following recent looting attempts on several archaeological sites, a UNESCO delegation is to tour Egypt to check the status of its world heritage stock
The director of the Egyptian museum is asking for the return of the land of the formerly ruling National Democratic Party’s main headquarters to its original owner, the museum
Hawass denies involvement in antiquities theft
Zahi Hawass, the former minister of state for antiquities affairs rejects all accusations against him and asserts that they are unfounded
Under-fire Egypt coach Hassan Shehata dismisses concerns ahead of the South Africa clash while his assistant sees the enforced break since the revolution as an opportunity
Ivorian striker Didier Drogba has confirmed that he enjoys life at Chelsea but will still weigh up his options at the end of the season
English Premier League rivals Manchester United and Chelsea will clash in the Champions League quarter-finals after being drawn in a rematch of their 2008 European final here on Friday.
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In a press conference held yesterday, protesters who had been detained by the army describe the brutal and humiliating practices they endured, giving a voice for those still unaccounted for
White cab drivers stage new protests in front of Egypt's Ministry of Finance
Demonstrators claim demands they submitted on Sunday are being ignored
After talks with leading interim-government ministers, Clinton visited Tahrir Square, hoping to glimpse what was the focal point of the 25 January uprising
Saudi King Abdullah announces billions of dollars in handouts for his people and boosted his security apparatus
Human Rights Watch urges the international community to protect Libyan civilians against Gaddafi's violent crackdown
Libyan authorities shut down air space to all traffic shortly after the UN Security Council passed a resolution approving all necessary measures to impose a no-fly zone
Property developer makes large profits and doubles sales despite association for former regime
Figures from investment authority shows climb in number and capital of newly established firms
Council of Ministers calls Egyptians and Arabs to invest when stock market reopens
Cairo nights are going to be lit up 'with all that jazz' as the 'city that never sleeps' hosts its own jazz festival, the Cairo Jazz Festival 2011
The death of Ziad Bakir, one of the martyrs of the January Revolution, has devastated his family, friends and many people in the art field. He is remembered as an extremely creative, profound and at the same time, modest artist
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