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Supreme Administrative Court refers parliamentary elections law to State Council after questions arise regarding law's constitutionality; Council to refer case to High Constitutional Court

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Fragile truce in Mohamed Mahmoud street holds for now as army soldiers build concrete wall to stop police from attacking demonstrators; thousands of angry protesters still livid at bloodshed, prepare for massive response Friday

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Ever more protesters join demonstration against ruling military council as Central Security forces reinforcements are rushed to the scene

Presidential hopeful Bothaina Kamel to join Abd El-Fattah's mother and other activists in a hunger strike to protest his detention and demand the end of military trials of civilians

After struggling for years against persecution by Mubarak and for the independence of their syndicate, Egyptian journalists will vote to choose a new board and chairman for their union

As Egypt gears up for its first post-January Revolution parliamentary elections, political parties struggle to form and maintain meaningful alliances

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Following his recent release from prison, Ahram Online speaks to Al-Jamaa Al-Islamiya leader Aboud El-Zomor about his role in the Sadat assassination and his hopes for Egypt's political future

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The first born son of Egypt's historic nationalist leader has died at 62

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Aljazeera Mubasher Misr offices suddenly stopped broadcasting when they were raided by Egyptian national security police as part of an overall operation against 16 news channels

Despite being threatened, thousands of teachers block a Cairo downtown street to call for an open-ended strike if the government does not do right by them, which might push back the start of the 2011 school year in Egypt

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We were told to think of the protesters as our brothers and sisters, claim key police witnesses in testimony that could strengthen Mubarak's defence

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In an in depth interview with Ahram Online, one of Britain's leading socialist thinkers breaks down the London riots and speaks on the 'enormous impact' the Egyptian and Tunisian uprisings have had internationally

Protesters at the Suez Canal are 'surrounded' by the military as stand-off ensues following earlier break up of nearby sit-in

The main youth coalition in Suez, one of the engines of the January 25 Revolution, has called for an open sit-in until the unfulfilled demands of the revolution are met

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A report published Monday by the 6th of April Movement questions the veracity of the military council account which has the ousted president staying at a hospital in the sea-side city of Sharm El-Sheikh

‘We owe it to their families’ says a campaigner for No to Military Trials after the movement agreed to meet with Egypt’s ruling military council in its fight for the rights of citizens trapped in military trials

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A unified law that intends to help ease sectarianism and promote religious equality by putting churches on a par with mosques can be soon enacted, but Muslims and Copts have their reservations

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Islamic groups are gaining attention through the formation of new political parties

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After years of working underground, leftists in Egypt are uniting under one front to work for the social justice revolution is meant to spell

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Ahram Online gets the opinion of secular political factions in Egypt after a Muslim Brotherhood leader inflamed anger and suspicion with a statement regarding Islamic law application in Egypt

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