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President's state of emergency - imposed in Suez, Port Said and Ismailia - will require approval from parliament's upper house within 7 days, according to new national charter

Party leaders say internal elections are underway while scores of members continue sit-in for fifth consecutive day to demand resignation of unelected party figures

A key witness in the murder of a protester last year is in critical condition after being shot in Tahrir Square on New Year's Eve

The relative absence of accurate news in public media brought about the rise of private media to act as one, yet citizens remain both uninformed and frustrated

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Tawadros II crowned new pope of Coptic Orthodox Church at moving ceremony in Cairo calling for unity among Christians

The Socialist Popular Alliance Party offers detailed alternatives to Egypt's non-inclusive and 'oppressive' draft consitution

Egypt's Coptic-Christians welcomed newly-selected Pope Tawadros with joy on Sunday. But the new patriarch faces exceptionally high expectations from his congregation

Egypt's Islamist-dominated constitution-writing committee gets breathing space to finish draft after lawsuit against it is referred to High Court; Liberal-Islamist differences unlikely to be resolved any time soon

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Status of charter-drafting body remains in doubt after Administrative Court refers case on fate of Constituent Assembly to High Constitutional Court

Court to deliver final verdict on whether Constituent Assembly will be dissolved or allowed to continue with its task of drafting Egypt's new charter

Anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday' stark reminder that no one has been held responsible for deaths of over 25 protesters killed during clashes with Egyptian military at state media headquarters

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Draft articles of Egypt's new national charter will vastly reduce powers of both army and police, yet critics say the vacuum is likely to be filled by an empowered presidency

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Members of the medical syndicate agreed to start a hospital strike, which will exclude emergency treatment and critical care, at a chaotic general assembly meeting

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Angry demonstrators continue protest at US mission for second consecutive day against controversial film mocking Islam and its Prophet, vow escalation on Friday unless US government offers formal apology

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Despite fears of looming Islamist domination of Egypt's political life, competing interest groups and popular expectations are likely to hinder the Muslim Brotherhood's rise to power

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Ahram Online investigates Egypt's ongoing water crisis that leaves millions of poor people suffering, whilst middleclass housing developments have seemingly abundant supplies

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Despite President Morsi's promises to solve Egypt's electricity problems 'within days if not hours,' power cuts appear to be getting longer and more widespread, crippling the capital and many parts of the country Thursday

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The soldiers' funeral resembled an anti-Brotherhood protest, with angry crowds asking attending military officers to save them from 'the rule of Morsi'

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Rights activists call for the issue of the rights of 30 million children to be guaranteed under Egypt's next constitution

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has formed a committee to examine cases of civilians hauled before military courts. Anti-SCAF activists, meanwhile, are awaiting results

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