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Friday, 15 April 2011

22:36Zen Conference is back with a bang, Cairo
22:0810-man Zamalek go five points clear at the top
19:40EU approves new trade incentives for North Africa
18:51Zaki out for two more months
18:23Egypt's PM centralises Helwan and 6 October governorates
18:14Food prices in 'danger zone': World Bank chief
18:02NATO calls for Gaddafi ouster as bombs hit Tripoli
17:49Goalie Ganash thrilled over Zamalek move
17:35Bahrain seeks to dissolve main opposition group
17:32Authors reject calls to retract Goldstone report on Gaza
16:40Syrian army announces deal to calm coastal city
16:22Nadal notches eighth win over Gasquet
16:19Bach wins again in Cairo
16:18Elmohamady rejects Arsenal for Sunderland
16:04Sands, not lights, cover Gaza archaeology sites
15:42Netanyahu would allow flotilla to enter Gaza under conditions
15:03Sudan forces 'kill over 20 people' in South Kordofan
15:02Israel tank enters disputed area with Lebanon
15:01Ivory Coast's Ouattara vows to restore security
15:00Israel pointman on Shalit talks steps down
14:55Egyptian Bourse finishes week 0.03 per cent down
14:38Mubarak's health ’stable and reassuring’
14:23One injured after pro, anti-Gaddafi protesters clash in Cairo
14:23Timeline: Gamal Mubarak
14:21Ahly coach excited to play Zamalek
14:09BRICS speaks out against use of force in Libya
13:03UN chief calls for an immediate ceasefire in Libya
12:35Pope cancels annual Easter visits due to health problems
12:17Libya's rebels hold back under a strengthened NATO air shield
12:07Mourinho fumes over card conspiracy

Ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his two sons, Alaa and Gamal, have been ordered remanded in police custody pending investigation into charges levelled against them. What is your position?
Strongly approve. All three should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, including crimes against humanity for Hosni and Gamal
Approve. They should be prosecuted, but then granted amensty and made to leave the country
Don't approve. It would be sufficient to send them out of the country
Strongly disapprove. We should honour our former president and his family
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