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Riots Follow ‘New Democracy' in Egypt

Scenes of last year’s anti-Mubarak uprising return to Cairo. Thousands rioted, some of them torching the HQ of a presidential candidate.

Riots Follow ‘New Democracy' in Egypt

Security Forces, Demonstrators Clash in Cairo

At least 130 injured as Egyptian armed forces and protesters, including hardline Islamists, clash in Cairo.

Security Forces, Demonstrators Clash in Cairo

Thousands Protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Tens of thousands of protesters pack Cairo's Tahrir Square, demand an end to military rule.

Egypt: Thousands Protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Trial to End for Egypt's Former President

The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, accused of the murders of protesters in the 2011 Arab Spring revolt, ends Wednesday.

Trial to End for Egypt's Former President Hosni Mubarak

Egyptian Revolution Changes Nothing for Women

The Egyptian Revolution appears to have done nothing for women who attempt to support “change” in Tahrir Square.

Egyptian Revolution Changes Nothing for Women

Thousands Mark Cairo's Tahrir Square Revolution

Crowds packed Tahrir Square to mark the first anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution despite cold and rain, but with little celebration.

Thousands Mark Egyptian Revolution in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Death Penalty for Hosni Mubarak?

Egypt's prosecutor seeks death by hanging for former President Hosni Mubarak, his sons Gamal and Ala'a, and his former Interior Minister.

Egyptian Prosecutor Seeks Death for Mubarak

Thousands of Egyptian Women Protest Brutality

Some 10,000 women marched Tuesday chanting "Egyptian women are the red line," protesting military brutality against female protesters.

Thousands of Egyptian Women Protest Brutality

Egyptians Return to Polls for Runoff Elections

Egyptians return to the polls Wednesday in a run-off for round two of parliamentary elections not due to end until early next year.

Egyptians Return to Polls for Runoff Elections

Egypt's Islamist Parties Claim Victory

Egypt’s two leading Islamist parties say they have won the second round of a parliamentary election.

Egypt's Islamist Parties Claim Second Round Victory

Deadly Clashes Continue in Cairo

Egyptians on Sunday entered a third day of deadly clashes between protesters and government forces in Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Deadly Clashes Enter Day Three in Cairo

New Tahrir Square Violence Mars Elections

Fresh violence at Cairo’s Tahrir Square wounded 88 people by early Wednesday during the second day of legislative elections.

New Tahrir Square Violence Mars Elections

US, Britain Praise Egypt's First Post-Mubarak Poll

The US and Britain are congratulating Egypt on completing the first historic round of three parliamentary polls to elect a new government.

US, Britain Praise Egypt's First Post-Mubarak Poll

Egypt: Protesters Reject New Prime Minister

More than 100,000 demonstrate in Cairo's Tahrir Square, rejecting the appointment of Mubarak's former prime minister.

Egypt: Protesters Reject New Prime Minister

Egypt Braces for More Protests Friday

Egyptian protesters promise a 'million man march' in Cairo as the interim junta appoints a Mubarak-era Prime Minister to head gov't.

Egypt Braces for More Protests Friday

3 US Students Freed in Egypt on Thanksgiving

The parents of three American students are celebrating a real "Thanksgiving" after hearing an Egyptian court has freed their children.

3 American Students Freed by Egyptian Court on Thanksgiving

Egyptian Revolution II: Tourism Cancellations

Egyptian Revolution II is just a week old, but already the tourist industry is taking its first hit. Coud Israel be affected?

Fallout from Egyptian Revolution II: Tourism Cancellations

Turkey: Syria at 'Point of No Return'

Turkish President Abdullah Gul warned the Royal Society Wednesday in London that Syria has “come to a point of no return.”

Turkey: Syria at 'Point of No Return'

Video:Egyptian Police Club Protesters, One Dead

Egyptian soldiers and police killed one more protester Wednesday morning as anarchy threatens the country. Thee US students arrested.

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Expert: Muslim Brotherhood May Seize Power

Middle East expert Dr. David Bukay: The Muslim Brotherhood is slowly taking over Egypt. That's dangerous for peace.

Expert: Muslim Brotherhood May Seize Power in Egypt

Tantawi Offers Referendum, Protesters Unimpressed

Egypt’s military ruler promises that election will be held on time, as protesters continue to call for him to step down.

Tantawi Offers Referendum but Protesters Unimpressed

Renewed Violence Monday in Cairo's Tahrir Square

At least 12 people were killed Sunday in a renewal of Cairo's Tahrir Square violence that brought down President Hosni Mubarak's regime.

Renewed Violence Monday in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Three Dead in Ongoing Tahrir Square Clashes

Protest grows tenfold from Saturday. Riot police clash with 3,000 protesters in Cairo who want military rule to end.

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Israel Envoy Back in Cairo despite Violence

Israel’s ambassador has returned to Cairo despite the resumption of the Tahrir Square violence that forced his hasty exit.

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Clashes Return to Cairo's Tahrir Square

At least one person is dead and more than 600 are wounded after protesters and police clashed Saturday in Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Clashes Return to Cairo's Tahrir Square

Muslim Brotherhood Leads Friday Rally

Tens of thousands of Egyptians rally in Tahrir Square to protest against military rulers. Muslim Brotherhood dominates protest.

Muslim Brotherhood Leads Friday Tahrir Square Rally

Cairo Bracing for Possible Riots Friday

Political stability reported deteriorating on 30th anniversary of Sadat assassination.

Cairo Bracing for Possible Tahrir Square Riots Friday

Egypt May Not Allow Kuwait Team to Help Mubarak

A team of Kuwaiti attorneys has volunteered to help defend Hosni Mubarak in court Monday but may not be allowed.

Egypt May Not Allow Kuwaiti Attorneys to Defend Mubarak

Leftists, Egyptians Plan Demos

Leftists in Israel want "million man demo" one week after planned million man protest in Cairo.

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Mayhem in Cairo: Mubarak Died in 2005?

A defense lawyer claims in court Mubarak died in 2005; mayhem broke out in Tahrir Square after similar claims of a “US-Zionist” conspiracy.

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Egypt Arrests BBC Journalist

Egypt's interim military junta has arrested a BBC journalist covering protests in Tahrir Square.

Egypt Arrests BBC Journalist at Protest

Egypt: Calls for Sharia Law

Tahrir Square site of a Friday protest, this time of Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Jihad members who call for Islamic law in Egypt.

Friday Protest: Islamists Call for Sharia Law in Egypt

Islamist Rally on Temple Mount

Hizb ut-Tahrir organization rallies thousands on Temple Mount calling for Islamic Caliphate rule.

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Mubarak Regime without Mubarak

Nothing has changed but the faces in Egypt. Mubarak is gone but mayhem reigns as 296 people are wounded in clashes at Tahrir Square.

Ruthless Mubarak Regime Returns – Without Mubarak

Day Four in Tahrir Square Sequel

Monday was Day Four of another massive protest by the youth of Egypt as hundreds filled the streets around Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Day Four as Tahrir Square Protests Renew

1,000 Injured in Tahrir Square

Egyptian medical officials say over 1,000 have been injured in this week's clashes with police in Cairo.

1,000 Injured in Tahrir Square Clashes

Tahrir Square Reignites

In scenes reminiscent of the uprising that ousted president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's Tahrir Square has erupted into two-days of riots.

Tahrir Square Reignites

Violence Continues in Cairo

Violence continues in Cairo's Tahrir Square as protesters are attacked amid complaints about police corruption.

Violence Continues in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Oprah Winfrey Won't Go to Egypt

Popular television talk show host Oprah Winfrey denies she will take her show on the road to Egypt's Tahrir Square.

Oprah Winfrey Denies Report She'll Take Her Show to Egypt

"Conveyor Belt to Terror"

Hizb uh-Tahrir, the radical Islamic party outlawed in Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Germany, and Holland, operates freely in the U.S.

"Conveyor Belt to Terror" not Banned in US