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Egypt's real-life revolutionary romance has a happy ending as MP Amr Hamzawy and actress Basma Hassan wed in an intimate ceremony just after Valentine's Day

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In the midst of revolution some Egyptians celebrate Valentine’s Day as they always have, while others bring a more revolutionary flavour to matters of love

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Ten different protest marches are expected to converge on Egypt's defence ministry Friday to demand immediate transfer of power to civil authority

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Clashes occurred outside the parliamentary headquarters as some Muslim Brotherhood supporters tried to prevent anti-SCAF protest marches from reaching the building on 'Determination Tuesday'

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Political groups and parties call for a demonstration on Friday to demand immediate transfer to civil rule, a year on from the 28 January, 2011 police attacks on anti-Mubarak protesters

Political movements, parties call for immediate transfer of power from SCAF to newly-elected parliament

Ahead of the anniversary of the January 25 Revolution, a women's march wound through downtown Cairo Friday calling for the demands of the revolution to be met

Pro-democracy organisations point to more sinister motives behind Thursday's attacks, as Egyptian officials prepare to hand back confiscated items

Democratic Coalition, Egyptian Bloc both vow to boycott November's parliamentary polls if a controversial new electoral law remains in place

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The Socialist Popular Alliance becomes the first leftist party since the January 25 Revolution to submit a formal notification to the parties committee

1000 bus drivers demonstrate Sunday infront of the cabinet headquarters and threaten to mobilise 45,000-worker membership in mass protests

Public bus drivers, ticket collectors demonstrate before Public Transport Agency after officials renege on pledge to raise salaries

After months of fruitless talks with the Public Transport Authority, Cairo bus drivers and ticket collectors threaten to broaden their ongoing strike

Bus drivers in the capital escalated a 3-day old strike for better wages and services for the public, but government labels them 'thugs'

Despite the conspicuous presence of security forces in Tahrir Square since it was cleared of protesters at the start of the month, activists still hope to return there

In the latest military trial, nine of 14 protesters, charged with attacking military headquarters, have received innocent verdicts while the remaining five have been given suspended sentences

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In what some argue may have done substantial damage to his meteoric political career, upcoming liberal politician Amr Hamzawy has openly declared his love for actress Basma in his daily column

The day's disappointing events makes some protesters look to return to Tahrir Square

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With many of its original organisers calling for a postponement the planned 12 August Friday "for the love of Egypt" looks to have dwindled to a Tahrir iftar, held amidst Sufi chanting and poetry

Duplicitous behaviour of Islamists in Tahrir Square on 29 July's 'Friday of Unity' gives the Wafd Party cause to consider their electoral pact with the Brotherhood

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