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16:41Arab League's Moussa calls for emergeny meeting to discuss crises
16:26Initial results: Marsa Matrouh said 'Yes'
16:24FUS Rabat begin title defence with win
16:20Initial results: Minya says 'Yes'
16:17Official results: Qena says 'Yes'
16:10Senator John Kerry visits Egypt for talks
16:05Gaddafi's tanks reach center of Misrata: residents
16:04Egypt sells treasury bills worth LE5bn
16:04Yemen's UN envoy quits over violence to protesters
15:54Egypt's Alcotexa sells 46 tonnes of cotton in last week
15:53Totti reaches 200 as Roma and Fiorentina draw
15:40Bahrain's main opposition groups ease demands
15:35Russia slams 'indiscriminate' foreign attacks in Libya
15:34Official results: Daqahliya and Garbiya say ‘Yes’
15:34Initial results: South Cairo says 'Yes'
15:24Six Danish F-16s set to take off from Sicily for Libya: ANSA
15:24Oil workers stage sit-in to protest layoffs, Egypt
15:13Head of national security named
15:11Initial results: North Sinai votes 'Yes'
15:10Preliminary results: Luxor votes ‘Yes’
15:09Official results: Beheira and Kafr El-Sheikh vote ‘Yes’
15:08Iran casts 'doubts' on Western aims in Libya
15:03Palestinians find bodies of Gazans shot by Israel
15:03Dubai GDP fell 2.4 per cent in 2009: official figures
14:43Brother of Al-Qaeda's Zawahri re-arrested
14:29Tibetans in exile begin voting for new leader
14:29Over 2,000 rally against nuclear plants in Taiwan
14:17Ronaldo aggravates injury in derby
14:02Honda freed for Japan quake charity game
14:01Egypt referendum results to be announced within 'hours'

 
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Indicted Egyptian businessmen offer financial reparations for land grabs
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Election Monitors: citizenship overshadows violations
Election monitoring groups, deploying hundreds of volunteers, were elated at the unprecedented turnout, noted a few flaws in the voting, and slammed religious incitment by Brotherhood and Salafists
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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
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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
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Francesco Totti scored his 200th Serie A goal for Roma on Sunday but it wasn't enough to inspire his team to victory at Fiorentina
Francesco Totti has become the sixth player in Serie A history to score 200 goals
England manager Fabio Capello restored John Terry as his permanent captain for the third time after saying the Chelsea defender had learned from his off-field mistakes
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As thousands of protesters gather in Tahrir to say "No" to the amendments, Ahram Online looks at the "No" camp's main arguments
Copts fear Islamic state and say ‘No’ to constitutional amendments
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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Egypt's Islamist movement, in all its trends, is proving to be the main support for the constitutional amendments to be put to a popular referendum on Saturday, along with the formerly ruling National Democratic Party
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Bahrain's main opposition groups have eased conditions for talks to end a crisis that has drawn in neighboring Gulf armies and raised tensions in the oil-exporting region
Libyan leader Muamer Kadhafi said all Libya's people have been armed and are ready to fight a "long war" to defeat Western forces attacking his country, in a televised audio message on Sunday
French fighter jets fired the first shots at Gaddafi's troops on Saturday,launching the broadest international military effort since the Iraq war in support of an uprising that had seemed on the verge of defeat
Index climbs quickly on Friday's announcement of $93bn welfare package
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
'Our Egypt' an exhibition being held at Khan Al Maghraby, is a tribute to the revolution and its martyrs, by an assortment of contemporary artists, including Mohamed Abla, Rabab Nemr and Adel El Siwi
The Zamalek Art Gallery exhibits a rare selection of masterpieces by Egypt’s most prominent contemporary artists
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

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