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A peaceful workers sit-in at Shebin El-Kom Textile Company in Menoufiya turned violent as the army tried to force an end to the protest

The army went into the Shebin El-Kom textile plant, as hundreds of its workers voted to resume their strike after accusing management of backtracking on agreements made

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Today is the day: a popular Egyptian delegation is to arrive in Uganda, whose members are vocal about paving the road for a better relationship with Nile Basin countries

Egypt's prime minister appoints 88 year old Abdel Aziz Hegazy, a former prime minister under Sadat, to head the national dialogue initiative after the first session drew much criticism

As Egypt’s interim government sets agenda and dates for national dialogue the political parties that called for such dialogue say they know nothing about it

After the army used force to disperse a sit-in at Cairo University, students returned the next day more determined to achieve their demands

After 3 years in highly guarded prisons, Ahmed Galal, a political prisoner waiting to be released talks to Ahram Online about fears of being forgotten forever and that the old regime still has a hold in Egypt

Initial results show Egyptians voting "yes" to a referendum on constitutional amendments, but only to find themselves facing a new dilemma about the transitional period leading up to elections

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After decades of repression, the Islamist movement in Egypt is enjoying unprecedented openness, thanks to the revolution. This may not translate into greater strength, however

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Reconciliation efforts seem to have reduced Muslim-Christian tensions in the village of Soul, but thousands of angry Copts and sympathetic Muslims maintain their protest outside the state TV building for a sixth day

After days of round the clock protests and good relations between protesters and the army, the military has cleared Tahrir Square without warning

Protesters again come under attack though this time the identity of their assailants is not so clear cut

The National Association for Change's visit to the village of Soul, to seek a solution to the sectarian tensions that have erupted in violence and the destruction of a church, one of a number of planned visits and events

For the fourth day in a row, the sit-in outside the state television building in Cairo continues, contrary to news reports, with protesters demanding justice and freedom of worship

A group of policemen come out in support of the demonstrations and condemn the culture of brutality endemic in Egypt's security services

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