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20:42IMF: rising commodity prices will challenge developing countries
20:41Yemeni opposition rejects Gulf initiative to transfer power
20:04Abdel-Wahed sacked as Zamalek captain
18:11Market Report: Heavyweight shares pull EGX30 down 1.3 per cent
17:46AUC students protest against State Security presence
16:55Gaddafi forces flout international law
16:34Syrian students rally for slain protesters
16:33Goal-hungry Ahmed Ali boosts Al-Hilal treble bid
16:23World Bank urges new regimes to deliver 'two quick wins' to beat unrest
16:05BREAKING NEWS: Captive Gbagbo and wife Simone at Ouattara's base
16:05Clashes erupt in Tahrir Square
15:37Bahrain questions three journalists after crackdown
15:35Egypt's main stock index takes further losses
14:46Ethiopia willing to end the Nile Basin Saga
13:58El-Sherif to remain in custody for 15 days, pending investigation
13:09Mubarak branded a ‘subtle actor’
13:08April 6 Movement likens Mubarak speech to Bin Laden's
13:00Twins deny leaving Zamalek, Abdul-Wahed can leave
13:00Israeli press sceptical of unwritten Gaza truce
12:52AlembicHC upgrades shares in Egypt's Ezz Steel
12:51Egypt's Sewedy wins Qatar contact amid regional worries
12:49Egypt approves incentives to bolster investment: newspaper
12:42Egyptian blogger sentenced to three years by military court
12:29Japan expands nuclear evacuation zone
12:27BREAKING NEWS: Yemen's Saleh accepts Gulf peace plan
12:25Egypt's Suez Canal March revenues reach $413.5m
11:50Syrian forces seal off Banias, sectarian tension mounts
11:48Mubarak arrest is inevitable: presidential hopeful El-Bastawisi
11:47The Interior Ministry vows to secure the Egyptian League
11:47Oil falls on Libya peace talks and Saudi pledge

 
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Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak stands accused of both corruption and 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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With all of the newness of Egypt's revolution, the antiquities ministry gets a reshuffle, including a new complaints department
Minister of Antiquities Zahi Hawass will put on a touring exhibition representing the Egyptian revolution in an effort to revive tourism
Zamalek’s goal keeper Abdel-Wahed El-Sayed stripped of team captaincy three days before the Egyptian League resumes, due to differences with club management
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Business tycoon and Mubarak crony Ibrahim Kamel arrested for counter-revolutionary attempts, including incitement and thuggery
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Embattled Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh welcomed Gulf "efforts" to end his country's political crisis, saying he was ready for a "peaceful" transfer of power in a constitutional way
Syrian security forces sealed off the coastal city of Banias overnight following killings by irregulars loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
Revolutionary rebels insist any ceasefire must require the withdrawal of Gaddafi troops
Decline in main Bourse index led by telecoms and banks as foreigners re-enter market to offload stock
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