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  1. Bomb blast near top court building in Cairo wounds nineRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    A bomb exploded near a top court building in central Cairo on Monday, wounding nine people, the Interior Ministry said, extending a series of such attacks in the Egyptian capital. CAIRO: A bomb exploded near a top court building in central Cairo on Monday, wounding nine people, the Interior Ministry said, extending a series of such attacks in the Egyptian capital.

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  2. UPDATE 1-Egypt says foreign investment to double, promises more incentivesRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Reuters

    Egypt expects the amount of foreign investment it attracts to double to $8 billion this fiscal year and is preparing a string of reforms to raise that further in coming years, its investment minister said on Monday. Ashraf Salman was speaking in Dubai ahead of an international conference in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh on March 13-15 that will seek to tempt investment back to the country after years of political and economic turmoil.

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  3. Davutoglu, Erdogan's vision man, saw Turkey as an Islamic world leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    In its first eight years under Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Justice and Development Party , Turkey seemed to be confidently reaching out to both East and West. In 2005, three years after the party came to power, Turkey achieved candidate status to join the European Union.

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  4. Egypt's Pioneers makes winning bid for Arab Dairy -regulatorRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Reuters

    Pioneers Holding, an Egyptian financial firm, has offered a winning bid of 71.11 Egyptian pounds per share for Egypt's Arab Dairy , the market regulator said on Monday, ending a months-long bidding war.

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  5. U.S. cana t allow Egypt to fall back into chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    The Obama administration's decision to engage Egypt is "a case of realpolitik over idealism," concedes one official. But it's also the right policy choice.

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  6. Egypt election looks set for delayRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    Egypt's parliamentary poll looks set to be delayed after a court ruled part of an election law was unconstitutional and the main election committee said it was working on a new timetable for the long-awaited vote. The latest development highlights Egypt's rocky path towards democracy since the ousting of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in 2013 by the army after mass protests against the rule of Egypt's first democratically elected leader.

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  7. Make My DayCANADIAN Man Sues Over his Service 'Dog'Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | American Reporter

    The President has already met with his top military and civilian defense advisors and has ordered a surge in U.S. troop deployment in Afghanistan, so what I have to say to him is too late to make much difference. After months of deliberation, another 30,000 troops are on their way to a nation that in the space of a decade has become a fractured pawn in the game that Islamic extremists play.

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  8. Egypt parliamentary poll set for delay after court rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Age

    Cairo: Egypt's parliamentary poll looks set to be delayed after a court ruled part of an election law was unconstitutional and the main election committee said it was working on a new timetable for the long-awaited vote. The first phase of the poll is due to start on March 22. The election is the final step in a political roadmap the army announced in July 2013.

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  9. Egypt parliamentary poll looks set for delayRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    Members of the special forces police stand guard in front of the Supreme Constitutional Court in Cairo, March 1, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdullah Dalsh CAIRO: Egypt's parliamentary poll looks set to be delayed after a court ruled that part of an election law was unconstitutional and the main election committee said it was working on a new timetable for the long-awaited vote.

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  10. Egypt court declares part of election law unconstitutionalRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    "' An Egyptian court on Sunday ruled as unconstitutional a clause in the election law that draws voting districts, a verdict that is almost certain to delay parliamentary elections scheduled to start later this month. President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said in a statement that he has ordered the government to adopt the "necessary legislative amendments" within a month to comply with the Supreme Constitutional Court's ruling.

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  11. Egypt electoral panel preparing revised timetable for delayed electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The China Post

    Egypt's electoral commission said Sunday it was preparing a new timetable for parliamentary polls, delaying the March 21 vote after a court ruled parts of the election law unconstitutional. President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi ordered that the law be redrafted within a month and asked that "legal measures be undertaken to avoid delaying" the election, his office said.

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  12. Sisi meets new Saudi King to discuss ME crisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Nation

    Egypt's President Abdel Fatteh el Sisi met Saudi Arabia's King Salman in Riyadh on Sunday for the pair's first in-depth talks on regional issues at a time of unprecedented turmoil in the Middle East. The meeting was aimed at strengthening bilateral ties, as well as discussing the crises in the Middle East and addressing security in the Red Sea in light of growing political chaos in Yemen, pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat on Sunday quoted Sisi as saying.

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  13. David Ignatius: Egypt is key for stability in Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newms360.com

    The Obama administration's decision to engage Egypt is "a case of realpolitik over idealism," concedes one official. But it's also the right policy choice.

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  14. Court ruling may delay Egypt electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canberra Times

    An Egyptian policeman stands guard outside the Supreme Constitutional Court in Cairo during a court session to determine if the House of Representatives parliamentary election law is constitutional. Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court ruled on Sunday that an article in a law defining voting districts was unconstitutional, opening the way for a possible delay in a long-awaited March-April parliamentary poll.

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  15. Passings: David Sanchez-JuliaoWISDOM of the StreetRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2011 | American Reporter

    Feb. 11, 2011, will be a day that will live forever in the hearts of Egyptians - the day that Hosni Mubarak finally swept into the dust heap of fallen tyrants. The bravery shown by ordinary Egyptians against incredible odds was amazing to see.

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  16. ConstanceTO Burn or not to BurnRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2011 | American Reporter

    FEB. 11, 2011 -- Vast, cheering throngs jammed Tahrir Square in Cairo today to celebrate the liberation of their country from the autocratic, corruption-ridden and deadly rule of President Hosni Mubarak after 18 days of peaceful demonstrations forced the Egyptian Army to remove him. Where just a week ago the streets erupted with Molotov cocktails and tear gas, mass arrests of journalists and cold-blooded murder of unarmed protestors, today's post-prayer rallies brought millions to Cairo's jam-packed streets waving flags and banners, crying, cheering and waving their arms wildly in the air, praising God and shooting fireworks into the night sky.

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  17. MediaTHE Voice of the MomentRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2011 | American Reporter

    Now that Hosni Mubarak has stepped down and his regime is falling with him, will Israel be less secure? Even with its powerful army, navy and air force, nuclear arsenal and shrewd, capable leaders - and their steadfast American ally - they say yes. Because that position implicitly urged the United States to keep the Mubarak regime in power until today, Israel is becoming the enemy of those in Egypt who fought to oust Mubarak - and its campaign against the Egyptian pro-democracy forces is thus a very dangerous one.

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  18. Brasch WordsFOOTBALL, Fraternities and Other Intellectual ConcernsRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2011 | American Reporter

    ANGEL FIRE, N.M., Jan. 31, 2011 -- Looting, civil unrest, and a perceived lack of direction of the "revolutionary" movement in Egypt seem to have forced America and others to rethink their relationship to President Hosni Mubarak, and revealed the sad truths of the "Gimmetocracy." I listened to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton make the rounds of talking head shows this Sunday morning, and actually heard the opposite of what seemed like President Obama's Friday night tacit endorsement of a peaceful overthrow of longtime ally Mubarak.

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  19. Dark HumorMEMO to Mubarak: How to Get Out AliveRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2011 | American Reporter

    The demonstrators in Cairo met by riot police, tear gas, and a gathering of soldiers and tanks should remind American and other diplomats of events 58 years ago this month, when Lt. Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser Hussein shook up Egypt, the Suez Canal and the world.

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  20. .com | Egypt court ruling threatens election timetableRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News24

    Egypt's constitutional court ruled on Sunday that parts of the law organising parliamentary elections starting 21 March violate the charter, in a decision that may force a delay. The administrative court, which rules on state related matters, will now decide whether to formally rule on delaying the election.

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