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Ayman Nour, the second-place finisher in Egypt's presidential election has staked his claim as the leader of the country's opposition

With over half of the votes in the Egyptian presidential election counted, incumbent President Hosni Mubarak is said to have secured 80%,  Aljazeera's correspondent in Cairo reports.

Egypt's leading opposition candidate for president has pleaded not guilty to forgery charges in a stormy opening to his trial.

On 29 January, Ayman Nour, a member of Egypt's parliament and member of the opposition was stripped of parliamentary immunity on allegations he forged legal documents and affidavits to r

Doha Al Zohairy in Cairo
Authorities have blocked distribution of the first edition of detained Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nur's weekly in which he announces his intention to run for president, Nur's wife said.
A group of 22 men have broken up an Egyptian opposition party meeting in a Cairo hotel and assaulted at least three leading members of al-Ghad (Tomorrow) Party, a party official said.
On 29 January, Dr Ayman Nur, a member of Egypt's parliament and founder of Egypt's Al-Ghad (Tomorrow) opposition party was first stripped of parliamentary immunity and then detained by police on charges of forging legal documents and affidavits required to register his party.
Doha Al Zohairy in Cairo
A former member of the Egyptian parliament has announced his intention to run for the presidency as an independent candidate.
Humayun Chaudhry and Lawrence Smallman

Egyptian security services have arrested an opposition figure shortly after he flew in from a trip to Britain, airport officials said.

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