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Egypt's Morsi calls for unity after poll win
Victorious Muslim Brotherhood candidate will need to negotiate the extent of civilian rule with the military.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2012 18:33 GMT
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Celebrations amid scepticism
The candidates: Morsi vs Shafiq
Egypt's Morsi calls for unity after poll win
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Meet the candidates: Morsi vs Shafiq
A comparison of Egypt's two presidential candidates and their policies on everything from free markets to faith.
Egypt vote leaves house divided
One family tells Al Jazeera how the election has provoked divisions within its generations.
Analysis: Shafiq and Morsi broaden appeal
Muslim Brotherhood candidate tries to reassure nervous voters while former prime minister goes on the attack.
Did Egyptians vote against their revolution?
Given the tumultuous fervour of the past year, the support shown to an ally of the former president has surprised many.
Waiting for revolution in Port Said
Despite the uprising that toppled Mubarak, Port Said has since suffered from violence, low wages and marginalisation.
By Matthew Cassel
Explainer: Egypt's presidential poll
We explain how the election works and what issues will influence voters across the country.
By Gregg Carlstrom
The Brotherhood and Mubarak
The story of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and its emergence into the political arena after decades of suppression.
By Al Jazeera World
Is the Muslim Brotherhood in crisis?
As Egyptians rally to 'rescue the revolution', we ask if divisions are emerging among those once united behind it.
By Inside Story
Rebuilding Egypt for a democratic future
As Egyptians go to the polls, is sectarianism on the rise in post-Mubarak Egypt?
By Frost Over the World
Mohamed Saad Katatni: 'Not a religious party'
What does the Muslim Brotherhood want for Egypt's future?
By Talk to Al Jazeera
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All roads lead to military rule
As I was crashing to make the deadline for my elections piece on the first day of voting, I trawled through the raw pictures the cameraman had collected from various polling stations looking for that classic woman-holding-up-purple-finger-and-smiling shot.
I didn't find it. There were lots
Sherine Tadros Last Modified: 17 Jun 2012 16:13 GMT
Egypt: In no mood for compromise
Thousands of protesters demand that Egypt's generals hand over power to a civilian government immediately.
Inside Story Last Modified: 26 Nov 2011 11:58 GMT
Egypt: Honeymoon over?
Will Egyptians be able to see the ideals of their revolution become a reality before their country slides into chaos?
Inside Story Last Modified: 22 Nov 2011 13:59 GMT
Egypt decree grants arrest powers to military
Controversial order permits arrests for a number of crimes, raising concerns it replaces lapsed emergency law.
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2012 23:57 GMT
Egypt court orders dissolving of parliament
High court rules entire parliament should be dismissed because of "constitutional violations".
Last Modified: 14 Jun 2012 19:05 GMT
Mubarak judges let police off the hook
In 118-page legal opinion, judges seemed swayed by officials' testimony that "criminal elements" killed protesters.
Rawya Rageh Last Modified: 06 Jun 2012 23:07 GMT
Protesters press political demands in Egypt
Thousands descend on Cairo square for the fourth straight night to demand Ahmed Shafik's removal from presidential race.
Last Modified: 06 Jun 2012 03:00 GMT
Egyptians remember 'face of revolution'
Thousands attend memorial for Khaled Said, whose death galvanised protests against Mubarak.
Last Modified: 07 Jun 2012 10:29 GMT
Egypt election results spark angry protests
Thousands protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square, saying they are not happy with either of their choices in the second round run-off election for the country's presidency.
Matthew Cassel Last Modified: 29 May 2012 20:23 GMT
Egypt candidate to seek election suspension
Third-place candidate Hamdeen Sabahi makes vote-rigging allegations as two front-runners seek rivals' support in runoff.
Last Modified: 27 May 2012 16:35 GMT
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In pictures: Sabahi tours Cairo
The leftist candidate took a bus around the capital in a final bid to gain support for his presidential run.
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