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23:17Egypt U-20 coach confident after World Cup draw
22:10Ahly held by Masry after violent pre-match clashes
18:04Elmohamady aiming for top 10
18:00Thousands of Salafists protest for release of woman allegedly held by Copts
17:14Anderlecht step up the chase for Zamalek’s Shikabala
17:00Seven killed in Iraq after deadly mosque attack
16:24Two dead: Riots errupt in Uganda after brutal arrest
16:17UN rights body split over call for probe in Syria
15:56Four Syrian soldiers killed in Daraa clashes: military
15:06Mass protests erupt across Syria, defying army presence
14:47Jordan rationing electricity after Egypt blast
14:46Syrian army fire warning shots in Deraa
14:23Syrian regime engaged in genocide: Muslim Brotherhood
14:22Explosions, gunfire as battle rages for Missrata airport
14:12Syrian Republican Guards patrol main Damascus road
13:58Bomb blast kills five Algerian community militia
12:34Syria's Assad facing dissent over Deraa crackdown
12:25Yemen's Saleh threatens to quit transition deal
12:23Hamas's Meshaal, Abbas to ink deal on Wednesday
12:14Syria braces for 'day of rage' protests
20:21Tough mission for Ahly against El-Masry
18:25Egypt sending team to help realise Palestinian deal
18:01Prosecutor-general allows judges to investigate corruption cases
17:59PLO, not interim government, will run peace talks: Abbas
17:32Saudi police detain 30 Shiites: activists
17:30Egypt's interest rates unchanged for 13th consecutive time
17:29Arab human rights group condemns case against author of Where is God
17:28Top businessmen accused of shady deal to acquire public land
17:08EU opens anti-trust probe over stay-awake drug
17:02Jordan seeks help after Egypt gas cut

 
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Egypt's prime minister is on a tour of Arab Gulf states. Gulf capitals are reportedly unhappy about Cairo's intention to normalise relations with Iran, and object to the prosecution of Mubarak. What is your position?
Egypt should take into consideration the concerns of the Gulf States, since we are in dire need of their financial assistance.
Egypt should reject any and all attempts by these states to influence its regional, international or domestic policies through offering or withholding financial assistance.
Egypt should take into consideration the Gulf States’ concerns with respect to Iran, but should reject any interference in its domestic affairs, including the prosecution of Mubarak.
Egypt should forge a strategic alliance with Iran, irrespective of the concerns of the Gulf States or any other regional or international party.
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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
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US state department issues statement permitting non-essential embassy staff and family to return to Egypt and work to continue as normal
Thousands protest across Yemen demanding the immediate resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, only two days before signing the GCC power shift deal
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