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  1. IMF says Egypt tax delay means rich pay less to trim deficitRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Daily Star

    In this Nov. 27, 2014 file photo, Egyptian traders work on the floor of the stock market, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's government on Monday, May 18, 2015, suspended a tax imposed on the market's capital gains, for two years causing shares to rise in early trading.

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  2. Acquittals under protest lawRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    An Egyptian court yesterday acquitted 17 people of charges related to a street protest earlier this year, judicial sources said, a rare decision since Egypt introduced a strict protest law in late 2013. An Egyptian court yesterday acquitted 17 people of charges related to a street protest earlier this year, judicial sources said, a rare decision since Egypt introduced a strict protest law in late 2013.

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  3. In brief: Salvadorans rejoice as slain Archbishop Romero beatifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    Archbishop Oscar Romero was beatified by Roman Catholic officials Saturday in an emotional ceremony elevating the once-controversial cleric to the ranks of the blessed 35 years after his assassination. Underneath a rainbow halo ringing the sun, Cardinal Angelo Amato, the prefect of the Vatican's saint-making office, called on the crowd of 260,000-plus to rejoice in a "feast of peace, fraternity and forgiveness."

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  4. Egypt's Sisi is fueling discontentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    If you were looking for an Egyptian who could help his country fulfill the lost promise of the Arab Spring - some day - you couldn't do better than Emad Shahin, an internationally renowned and liberal scholar who studies political Islam. The answer lays bare the misguided policies of Egypt's new autocratic government, led by President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, which is trying to muzzle all domestic critics in the name of fighting terrorism.

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  5. Egyptian court acquits 17 charged for protestRead the original story

    Yesterday | UAport

    May 23 2015 at 04:21pm By Reuters Comment on this story SXC.HU . Cairo - An Egyptian court on Saturday acquitted 17 people of charges related to a street protest earlier this year, judicial sources said, a rare decision since Egypt introduced a strict protest law in late 2013.

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  6. Egyptian court acquits 17 charged for protestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times of Oman

    Palestinian protesters take part in a demonstration organised by the Islamic movement against the death sentence to Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi, in the town of Kfar Kana, in northern Israel, on Friday. Morsi was among more than 100 defendants ordered by an Egyptian court to face the death penalty for their role in a mass jailbreak during the 2011 uprising.

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  7. Morsi, secular camp in dock for 'insulting' Egypt judiciary.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Peninsula

    Ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi along with several secular figures behind Egypt's 2011 uprising go on trial Saturday, as the authorities press on with a crackdown on all forms of opposition. The trial for "insulting the judiciary" is the fifth for Morsi, who was sentenced to death last week over a mass prison break during the uprising against long-time autocrat Hosni Mubarak.

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  8. Military trial for 61 Brotherhood loyalists over terrorismRead the original story

    Yesterday | Nerve News

    The Egyptian prosecution on Saturday referred 61 affiliates of the currently-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group to military trial over terrorist activities and plots, state-run MENA news agency reported. The defendants are accused of carrying out and plotting terror acts in response to the ouster of former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in July 2013, after mass protests against his one-year rule, and the following security dispersal of pro-Morsi sit-ins, which left about 1,000 people dead while thousands of others were arrested.

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  9. Egypt refers 61 Muslim Brotherhood members to military prosecutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DNA India

    Egypt on Saturday referred 61 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood to military prosecution over scores of violence-related charges, including targeting military institutions, in several governorates of the country. Egypt on Saturday referred 61 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood to military prosecution over scores of violence-related charges, including targeting military institutions, in several governorates of the country.

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  10. .com | Egypt court acquits 17 in protest that saw mother killedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News24

    An Egyptian court acquitted 17 people on Saturday over taking part in an unsanctioned demonstration earlier this year that saw a young mother shot to death in downtown Cairo. At least one of those affected by the decision is a witness to the killing of 32-year-old Shaimaa el-Sabbagh, an unarmed protester taking part in a peaceful demonstration.

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  11. Egyptian Court Acquits 17 Charged in Deadly ProtestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Voice of America

    Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi chant slogans during a protest in Ramses Square in downtown Cairo, 2013. An Egyptian court on Saturday acquitted 17 people of charges related to a street protest earlier this year, judicial sources said, a rare decision since Egypt introduced a strict protest law in late 2013.

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  12. Mohammed Morsi goes on trial for 'insulting the judiciary' in EgyptRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DNA India

    Egypt's ex-President Mohammed Morsi and several secular figures went on trial on Saturday for "insulting the judiciary", a week after the deposed leader was sentenced to death by a court in Cairo in connection with a mass jail break in 2011. The court, however, adjourned the first session of the trial of the 63-year-old ex-president and 24 others, including even some supporters of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, to July 27 for "insulting the judiciary" in comments made in the 2012 parliament, speeches, on social media or in interviews.

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  13. 17 charged with violating Egypt's protest law acquitted; new trial for MursiRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DNA India

    This was the first acquittal since the protest law came into force in 2013. The demonstration in January caught the world's attention after the death of 32-year-old protester Shaimaa Sabbagh was caught on video.

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  14. Egypt's Morsi on trial for 'insulting' judiciaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Al Bawaba

    Egypt's ousted president, Mohamed Morsi , and 25 others are on trial in a Cairo court for 'insulting' the judiciary. Last week, the first democratically-elected president of Egypt was sentenced to death in connection to a mass prison break during the 2011 uprising that toppled the longtime Egyptian dictator, Hosni Mubarak.

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  15. Egypt court acquits 17 in protest that saw mother shot deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this Jan. 24, 2015 photo, 32-year-old mother Shaimaa el-Sabbagh holds a poster during a protest in downtown Cairo.

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  16. Morsi, secular camp in dock for 'insulting' Egypt judiciaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Vision

    Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, who was recently sentenced to death, gestures during his new trial in Cairo on May 23, 2015, with 25 other defendants including prominent Islamists and secular figures on trial for insulting the judiciary. AFP PHOTO / KHALED DESOUKI Ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi went on trial Saturday alongside several secular figures behind Egypt's 2011 uprising, underlining a crackdown on all forms of dissent.

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  17. 'the Cia Doesn't do Easy' - Former Cia deputy director Michael Morell talks to Business InsiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silicon Alley Insider

    As deputy director and two-time acting director of the CIA, 33-year agency veteran Michael Morell was close to every major national security development of the past two decades. His recently published book, The Great War of Our Time , is an insider's account of the tumultuous post-9/11 period, recounting the Iraq War, the Arab Spring, the death of Osama bin Laden, the Snowden disclosures, and the rise of ISIS from the perspective of one of the highest-ranking intelligence officers in the US.

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  18. AP Analysis: At Mideast forum, hopes for future amid chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Erie Times News

    King Abdullah II of Jordan addresses the audience during the opening session of the World Economic Forum at the King Hussein convention center, Southern Shuneh, Jordan, Friday, May 22, 2015. Top political and business leaders are coming together in the Middle East at a regional World Economic Forum conference to search for solutions to widespread joblessness, which has created fertile ground for the recruitment of desperate youths by militants.

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  19. Hundreds of Sudanese protest against Morsi's death sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Al Bawaba

    Hundreds of Sudanese have rallied outside the office of the United Nations Development Program in the capital, Khartoum, to denounce a death sentence handed down to Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi. On May 16, an Egyptian court sentenced Morsi, Egypt's first democratically-elected president, along with 105 other defendants to death for a mass prison break during the country's 2011 revolution against long-time dictator, Hosni Mubarak.

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  20. Is Obama as naive about Iran as he claims to be?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | American Thinker

    Jimmy Carter did nothing when Ayatollah Khomeini's fanatics overthrew the shah of Iran forty years ago. Our U.N. representative, Andrew Young, said he thought the ayatollah was "just some kind of spiritual leader."

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