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As opposition members snub President Morsi's offer for talks, an unbridgeable chasm seems to have formed between supporters and opponents of the president – each subscribing to a different reality

Egypt's foremost pianist, Ramzi Yassa, discusses his love of Beethoven, the role of the interpreter in music and Cairo's International Music Centre, in this exclusive interview with Ahram Online

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Independent trade union members are fighting for their right to run as worker representatives in the upcoming parliamentary elections; Wednesday's court ruling could set a precedent as other governorates head to the court

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On 9 October 2011, 28 protesters were killed as they marched on Egypt's state TV building. In a two-part timeline, Ahram Online investigates eyewitness accounts that shed light on the night's horrific sequence of events

Unionist workers in the industrial Sadat City see escalation in textile company's punitive, anti-strike measures as they are denied entrance to factory and effectively fired

Public bus drivers continue their Cabinet sit-in after rejecting inadequate government offer

After a week-long strike, DP World's management has promised to meet all its workers demands, asking that workers return to their stations immediately

Strikes in a wide array of sectors have rattled the political climate in Egypt, spurring commentators and workers alike to foresee and comment on a possible general, nationwide strike

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Interns at Cairo's Qasr El-Aini's emergency ward are struggling with a security vacuum threatening their own lives and the lives of the patients they work with

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Trade unionists, trade union officials and representatives of political parties came together to discuss the struggle for trade union pluralism and freedoms



In which Ahram Online's man in a tent sees specks of uncertainty on the square's direction turn into a gathering mood

In which Yassin Gaber sees a contentious issue resolved by consensus and goes to the open air cinema in Tahrir

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In the third installement of his diary, Yassin Gaber, who has been spending his nights in Tahrir since the Friday of Determination, reflects on the reaction of protesters to the day's events and how the square is evolving

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With the arrests of 'tens' of suspected criminals and counter-revolutionary thugs in Tahrir Square over the past few days, protesters discuss their options, debating how to proceed on detained individuals

Ahram Online's Yassin Gaber has been spending his nights in Tahrir since the Friday of Determination, on Sunday night he started a diary

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Activists and bloggers from across Egypt's political spectrum discuss in 140 seconds at a time the question of Islamism

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Egyptian workers take to the streets, defying the controversial anti-strike law, as they call for better working conditions but the police use force to cut out their voice

Their initial role might have been to protect homes and shops, but now a group of popular committees from across Egypt hope to bring politics back to a local level

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