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An aggressive Friday sermon delivered by the chairman of the Iranian Guardian Council, Ahmad Jannati, renews tensions in Gulf-Iran relations

With the Muslim Brotherhood shunning talk of supra-constitutional principles, other groups and coalitions are producing manifestos they hope will be incorporated into the articles that will underpin Egypt's next constitution

The secretary-general of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political party has denied that the party will be involved in organising a million man march set for next Friday, to be named 'Friday of Stability'

A security official at the ministry of interior has confirmed that the riots that erupted at the central security forces base in the industrial district of Dekheila in Alexandria are now under control

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Dr. Amr Helmy told Tahrir protestors that all costs for injuries sustained during the revolution have been paid for by Egypt's health ministry

The potential presidential candidate will meet with multiple new political parties this week, according to his press office

Potential presidential candidate Sabbahi delivered statements in agreement with the referendum decision to hold parliamentary elections before drafting a constitution

The African Union (AU)declares its support for the recently signed Darfur Peace Deal.

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Defence lawyers have gained access to Egypt-Israeli gas contracts and Mubarak investigation documents in the meantime

US troops will probably remain in Iraq even after the withdrawal deadline at the end of 2011


Call goes out on Facebook for march from Roxy Square to the military council's nearby headquarters in support of its handling of Egypt and against 'foreign funded' entities

Businessman who fled to London in the wake of his company's ferry disaster in 2006 would face a re-trial in Egypt


Mamdouh Hamza says that Supreme Council of the Armed Forces had promised to address demands during the PM's speech, but the speech lacked any real responses

The prominent opposition politician takes the opportunity to discuss the ruling military council's handling of Egypt's transitional period and criticise the prime minister's performance during a television interview

The Quartet envoy's visit is part of his current regional tour

Ousted president's home governorate ends the cult of personality that had reached its schools

Muammar Gaddafi may step down if he can stay in Libya and International Criminial Court charges against him are dropped

Sit-ins staged since last Friday across Egypt grow into large shows of anger against handling of the revolutionary demands

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