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Presidential frontrunners offer symbolic support for Egypt's Copts on Easter
Amr Moussa and Mohamed ElBaradei, the twin front-runners in Egypt's upcoming presidential election, join in giving symbolic support for Egypt's Christians on Easter
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The tour of Gulf states by Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has again been rescheduled, opening tomorrow
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Omar Effendi, the long embattled chain store, appears set to return to Egyptian public ownership after a much-criticised and economically disastrous privatisation attempt
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Intensive contacts to convene new Nile Basin meeting
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Political Islam refuses to separate politics and religion, which explains why some groups outside of politics are now joining in under its banner
The opening out of democracy will prove a greater challenge to the Muslim Brotherhood than repression
Those who want a secular and civil state should stop playing into the hands of Islamists by following and reacting to their every word and deed
The Spanish writer, who predicted that Egypt would rise up like Tunisia, is effusive in his praise for the efforts made to topple dictators, though challenges lie ahead
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The Tahrir Book Fair, open until 3 April, opens today with disappointing turnout, despite being the best opportunity for publishers and booksellers this year
From New York to Tahrir to Alexandria, a joyous journey of rediscovering a collectivity
Ismaily aim to give new coach a winning start, Ittihad to continue their fight against relegation in Monday’s league games
Egypt’s Haras El-Hodoud claim narrow win over DR Congo side Motema Pembe in the African Confederation Cup
A Tunisian league game was called off after fans invaded the pitch in an ugly scene on Sunday
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Three tons of valuables belonging to escaped Egyptian tycoon Hussein Salem, charged with corruption in connection with the export of natural gas to Israel, were confiscated at Cairo Airport yesterday evening
Dozens of leaders of the country's political and revolutionary movements have received invitations to to take part in an unprecedented National Conference aimed at fully realising the aims of the Egyptian revolution
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Deposed President Hosni Mubarak could face execution or life imprisonment if convicted of the charges of complicity to murder, corruption and plunder of public money, for which he is currently being investigated
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The besieged city of Misrata's humanitarian crisis worsens forcing the International Committee of the Red Cross to evacuate residents to Benghazi
The government crackdown in Syria continues, with security forces arresting activists ahead of funerals to bury protesters killed
Armenia's relations with Turkey remain tainted by a bloody history marked Sunday
Egypt grasps at Sinai and Arab tourism to boost the hard-hit travel sector, including promotion of Ramadan Lanterns arts fest and Guinness world record setter, Hisham Nessim’s climb of Sinai’s highest peak
'Borrowing is the solution for now' says the finance minister as Egypt announces a $2.2 billion World Bank loan, but analysts doubt it alone can alleviate deep-set economic problems
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Moody's report on the banking sector is adding to corruption investigation woes, leading investors to retrench in safer stock
EUC gives reason why comedies in Egypt should be revolutionised: the characters are shallow, and stereotypes provide no humour
The film festival, Rencontres de l’image at the French Cultural Centre included a vast number of fascinating short films, documentaries and animations, two of whom, will go on to film fests in Montpellier and Marseille
On 18 April, Cairo Opera House opened the curtain for The Best of Broadway, a compilation of the best scenes on Broadway, which runs for a full week

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