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20:14Cole charged over tweets about Ghana fans after Wembley showdown
18:16Egypt reach last 16 of London Games qualifiers
16:42Mubarak is smuggling money out, accuses Youth Coalition
16:27Police beat protesters at Damascus mosque
16:27Embattled Yemen leader explains why he rejects Gulf exit plan
15:52Standoff persists in I. Coast as humanitarian crisis deepens
15:46Yemen security forces wound dozens
15:46Zidan aims to become first Egyptian to win German Bundesliga
15:45Oil hits 32-month high on Libya shortage
15:29President expected to stay as Djibouti votes
14:58Syrian forces kill 3 Deraa protesters
14:05Three civilians killed Friday in Israel's strike on Gaza
13:33U.S. general sees no military outcome in Libya
13:23Rebels counter Gaddafi assault on Misrata
13:18US froze huge aid deal amid Yemen unrest
12:56BREAKING NEWS: Yemen's Saleh rejects offer to step down
12:21New air strike kills one person in southern Gaza
11:49Coptic Orthodox liturgy alongside Muslim Friday prayers in Tahrir today
11:27Rights group tells Serbia to stop evicting Roma
11:27Palestinians: Awarta women rounded up by Israel
11:26Only democracy will end terrorism: ElBaradei ‎
18:52Mubarak’s chief of staff, Zakaria Azmi, sent to jail
18:15Army uses force to end textile workers strike, withdraws from factory
17:31Israel orders 'swift' army action after Gaza attack
17:24Hariri to visit Egypt, slams Iran
17:24Japan races to find tsunami dead despite radiation
16:23Netanyahu, Merkel meet in Germany on Mideast
16:08Tantawi and Abbas discuss Egypt support for Palestine
16:04Gulf Arabs work on plan for Yemen's Saleh to go
15:26Egypt's stock market dips 0.94 per cent

Egypt’s ousted president Hosni Mubarak stands accused both of corruption and of crimes against humanity. What is your position?
These accusations are untrue, and we should express our gratitude to the former president and ask his forgiveness for the revolt against him.
He should be arrested and brought back to Cairo to stand trial both for corruption and crimes against humanity
He should be granted amnesty, so long as he returns ill-gotten gains by him and his family members.
He should be granted amnesty, so long as he leaves the country and return ill-gotten gains by him and his family members.
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