New Incidents in Cairo Leave One Dead

1 Cairo, Nov 26. -Clashes between protesters and police in front of the Government headquarters of Egypt left one dead and at least 10 injured on Saturday, as demonstrations against the Military Junta continue at the Tahrir Plaza.A medical source told MENA news agency that a 21-year-old young man lost his life in an apparent accident after being run over

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UN Actions in Libya, Tunez, Egypt Announced

2 United Nations, Mar 13. -The United Nations will develop a strong activity in North Africa next week, with direct actions in Libya, Tunisia and Egypt, confirmed the organization''s secretary general Ban Ki-moon. The first action will be executed by the former Jordanian foreign minister and newly appointed UN special envoy to Libya Abdelilah Al Khatib, who arrived in Tripoli

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Egyptians Back to Everyday Life, but Expecting Demands to Be Met

0 Cairo, Feb 14. – Shops packed with red hearts, gifts, and cards allegorical for Valentine's Day are a clear sign that everyday life is gradually returning to Egypt, but the people who forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign remain watchful for the changes they demanded. Hectic commercial activity has once more taken over streets and businesses, as merchants try

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Army, Israel and U.S.A: A complicated equation in Egypt

0 El Cairo, Feb 4. – Hosni Mubarak''s political demise is reflected in the riots in Egypt and the Egyptian Army is form many the only power to decide the duration of the crisis and its aftermath. The powerful Egyptian Army has 468,500 active soldiers and 479,000 reservists. It has 3, 723 tanks and more than 2, 150 missiles. The

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Marches For, Against Mubarak Fill Egyptian Streets

1 Cairo, Feb 2. – President Hosni Mubarak´s decision to remain in his post until September sparked an outpouring of opponents into the streets of Egypt, assuring they were being defied by the president and his supporters. Mubarak announced he would not run for re-election in September, but said he is responsible for leading the country into the coming political

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