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Police and Brotherhood clash in Alexandria, three arrested
Egyptian authorities arrested three people, allegedly belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood, in clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohamed Mursi in Alexandria on Monday.   Read More
Egypt arrests British man with security uniform in Sinai
Security sources in North Sinai’s Arish said they have arrested a 44-year-old British man for possessing clothes similar to army and central security uniform.   Read More
Hope glimmers for demoralised Egyptian tourist industry
Morale in Egypt's tourism industry is at rock bottom; a summer of bloodshed has frightened away all but the bravest foreign visitors from Cairo and the pyramids, and things are little better in the Red Sea beach resorts.   Read More
In Egypt, deposed President's family say Mursi won't negotiate
The family of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi said on Sunday he would not enter any negotiations or accept any compromises following a crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood by military-backed authorities.   Read More
Egypt renews Mursi's detention pending investigations
An Egyptian prosecutor extended on Sunday the detention of ousted President Mohamed Mursi for 30 days pending investigations into allegations he participated in a prison escape during the uprising that toppled his predecessor in 2011.   Read More
U.S. citizen found dead in Egyptian prison
A U.S. citizen was found dead in an Egyptian prison on Sunday in an apparent suicide six weeks after he was arrested for breaking a curfew, security sources said.   Read More
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Arab Spring haj pilgrims talk politics despite heavy security
The young Syrian ascending Mount Arafat brooded about his war-shattered country on Monday, his concerns a common preoccupation among Arabs in the sea of humanity making the annual Muslim haj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.   Read More

U.S. quietly observes coup law on Egypt aid, but shuns term
Despite withholding most military aid to Egypt until it makes progress on democracy and human rights, the U.S. government is still tying itself in knots over whether to describe July's army overthrow of President Mohamed Mursi as a "coup."   Read More

The real force behind Egypt's 'revolution of the state'
When army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi appeared on television in July this year to announce the end of Mursi's presidency and plans for elections, it was widely assumed that Egypt's military leaders were the prime movers behind the country's counter revolution.   Read More

Liberal leader urges Egyptian army chief not to run for president
Egypt's army chief, who orchestrated the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi in July, should not run for the leadership in elections due to be held next year, the head of the biggest liberal party told Reuters.   Read More

PM's advisor says no deal with Brotherhood in sight
The Prime Minister’s advisor for International Cooperation, Zyad Bahaa al-Din, said on Sunday that the government’s program to protect the democratic transition does not include any intentions to strike an agreement with the Muslim Brotherhood.   Read More

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