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Tensions cloud relations between Egypt's revolution and army
The military's violent crackdown on a Tahrir Square sit-in early Saturday morning has triggered intense debate among the forces of the revolution over how to deal with the country's military rulers  
AUC students protest against State Security presence
Students at the American University in Cairo call for the removal from the institution of figures from State Security and the NDP, whom they accuse of censoring student activities on campus

The rise and fall of Egypt’s lucky prime minister
Ahmed Nazif, widely seen to have been placed at the top of government by Gamal Mubarak, was sent to prison Sunday for 15 days pending investigations into government corruption, bringing to an end his run of luck

Egyptian blogger sentenced to three years by military court
Ruling relates to Maikel Nabil's blog post that accused the Egyptian army of deception over its role in the revolution

Ex-Premier Nazif sentenced to 15 days in jail, pending investigation
Former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif has been sentenced to 15 days in jail pending investigation

Protests are alive and well in Egypt: two more erupt
One new protest in Cairo demands the removal of the minister of military production and the other is over raises for parliament employees

Copts protest Egypt train shooting
The area surrounding the Citadel was turned on Wednesday night into the scene of another round of clashes between Copts and the police

Coptic Priest found dead in southern Egypt
Speculation surrounds the priest's death

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Egypt's opposition demands unified law for building houses of worship
Egypt's opposition parties demand that the government take the attack on the Two Saints Church seriously and work to uproot the underlying causes of current sectarian tensions

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Official results : 16 opposition, 424 NDP, 65 "independents"
The 2010-2015 parliament will have a sweeping NDP majority

"Hire a thug" and other campaign expenditures
The legally imposed limit on campaign spending of LE100,000 is proving little more than wishful thinking, what with the cost of billboards, TV adds and thugs for hire

Mubarak: Despite some irregularities elections were transparent
President Hosni Mubarak hails the NDP for its sweeping majority in the parliamentary elections, as well as the performance of the Higher Council for Elections

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