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Hosni Mubarak

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  • Egyptian court hands Muslim Brotherhood setback on constitution

     
    The Muslim Brotherhood suffered a political setback Tuesday when an Egyptian court suspended the assembly charged with writing the country's new constitution amid criticism that Islamists held too much sway over the panel....
  • Soldiers and protesters clash near Egypt's Defense Ministry

     
    Protesters and soldiers clashed outside the Egyptian Defense Ministry in an escalation of anger against the ruling military council that has unnerved this fractious nation ahead of presidential elections to replace toppled leader Hosni Mubarak....
  • Court ruling adds confusion to Egypt's presidential election

     
    An Egyptian administrative court ruled late Wednesday in favor of a lawsuit seeking to suspend this month’s presidential election, a surprise move expected to be discounted by the nation’s ruling military council....
  • Former Egyptian prime minister disqualified from presidential run

     
    Egypt's former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik became the latest presidential hopeful to be disqualified by the Supreme Electoral Committee under a new law barring top officials in Hosni Mubarak's toppled regime from running for office, the state news...
  • Muslim Brotherhood candidate barred from election slams army

     
    The Muslim Brotherhood's disqualified presidential hopeful Khairat Shater accused Egypt's military leaders Wednesday of interfering in politics and endangering the nation's transition to democracy following last year's overthrow of President Hosni...
  • Festival of Books: Documenting high-profile scandals and failures

     
    The works of the authors at the Sunday afternoon Festival of Books session "American Breakdown" had little in common except for one thing: failure. Failure of institutions, failures of a family, failures of a society. The session moderated by L.A.......
  • Americans leave Egypt, but not without money changing hands

     
    The departure from Egypt of six American employees of nongovernmental organizations is good news for those involved and may dampen efforts in Congress to cut military aid to that country at a delicate time in Egyptian politics. But the price......
  • Egypt calls for calm in diplomatic row with Saudi Arabia

     
    Egypt worked to calm a diplomatic squabble Sunday by urging activists to curb protests against Saudi Arabia a day after Riyadh recalled its ambassador over the case of an Egyptian lawyer arrested for allegedly smuggling banned prescription drugs into...
  • Egyptian media still not free after Mubarak, report says

     
    Egyptian media are restricted by the same laws and policies of the ousted president, according to a recent review of Egyptian media coverage spanning seven months after Hosni Mubarak was overthrown....
  • Egypt ruling military to reshuffle nation's unpopular Cabinet

     
    Egypt’s ruling military leader vowed Sunday he would reshuffle the nation’s unpopular Cabinet, according to state media, in a move seen as an attempt to calm growing anger in the Islamist-controlled parliament ahead of next month’s...
  • Islamists protest Mubarak-era cronies in Egypt's presidential race

     
    Thousands of Islamists surged into Tahrir Square on Friday to denounce the presidential campaigns of three officials who served under toppled President Hosni Mubarak, including Omar Suleiman, onetime vice president and feared intelligence chief....