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17:11SCAF orders judicial investigation of allegations about Mubarak's fortune
17:01Egypt's central bank accepts LE6bn in repos
16:42Egypt's economy to grow 2.5 per cent: official
16:36Market Report: Egypt's benchmark dips for second day, down 0.4 per cent
16:35Sharaf endorses Egypt bid to organize the 2017 Mediterranean Games
16:27Gbagbo negotiating exit from Ivory Coast
15:47Palestinians honor slain Arab-Israeli actor
15:43Oil and state spending boost Gulf region despite unrest
15:38No more Algerian referees for Egyptians, asks Raouraoua
15:37No "foreign occupation" of Libya: British diplomat
15:32Calls for a million man march on Friday
15:22The remodelling of Tahrir Square
15:11Syria frees seven human rights activists
15:00NGOs demand voting rights for Egyptians abroad
14:50Palestinian delegation meets Egyptian intelligence
14:41BREAKING NEWS: Ouattara forces seize presidential palace in Ivory Coast
14:34Several killed in Afghan raid by foreign troops
14:24UN rights: Dozens reported killed in Abidjan violence
14:23Turkish PM says Kurdish party stoking tensions
14:23Tanker set to load Libyan rebel oil
13:38Libya open to reform, rebels pushed back
13:37Kuwait trade officials make first post-revolution visit to Egypt
13:13Breaking News: Palestinian killed by Israeli gunfire
13:12Libya air strikes aid rebels as diplomacy stalls
13:10Yemen opposition ready for 'power-transfer' talks
13:07Al-Jazeera: 400+ wounded in Yemeni crackdown
13:06CAF to hold African Youth Champs in Johannesburg
13:03Jobless hold rare protest in sensitive Sudan area
12:54Two soldiers found 'executed' in south Yemen
12:53Two killed in explosion in southern Beirut

After the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985, all English clubs were banned from European and international football. How in your view should Egypt be sanctioned for the pitch invasion by Zamalek supporters last Saturday?
Only Zamalek should be banned from African football for a number of years
All Egyptian clubs should be banned for a number of years
All Egyptian soccer should be banned, especially that this is the second incident after the attack on Algerian players in 2010
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