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Is Egypt's newly elected president on collision course with the country's military?
We examine Egypt's media and the politicians they are covering in the country's landmark election.
The military's latest decree will either crush dissent - or empower activists to retake the streets.
Thousands gather in Cairo calling for quick exit by military rulers and that ex-Mubarak officials be barred from poll.
As the country's military leaders trade accusations with the Muslim Brotherhood will this further divide the people?
Similar tactics of oppression have been used by the leadership of Egypt and Syria to weaken the will of their people.
Justice ministry calls 19 US and 14 Egyptian civil society workers to trial after investigation into foreign funding.
Washington "deeply concerned" over reports pro-democracy activists to be put on trial, as protests continue in capital.
Activists demand early presidential elections and swift handover of power by military in wake of deadly football match.
The overwhelming number of crowds that converged on Tahrir Square is partly due to the vigorous youth efforts.
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