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Egypt's elections: More of the same?
It is doubtful that the outcome of the elections will have any significant effect on Egypt's security or its economy.
Last updated: 05 May 2014 07:14 GMT
It is "very healthy" that Arabs protest when a president claims new sweeping powers that "undermine their revolutions".
Last updated: 29 Nov 2012 11:47 GMT
Egypt's Morsi pardons 'revolutionaries'
President Mohamed Morsi decrees pardon for political prisoners who were arrested during the revolution in 2011.
Last updated: 09 Oct 2012 05:29 GMT
President Morsi's new appointees
Taking Egypt by surprise, Morsi replaces his defence minister and chief of staff and appoints new vice-president.
Last updated: 13 Aug 2012 18:53 GMT
Profile: Hussein Tantawi and Sami Anan
Brief profiles of members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces asked to step down by the Egyptian president.
Last updated: 12 Aug 2012 21:57 GMT
Egypt's president fires intelligence chief
Intelligence chief and governor of Northern Sinai sacked after attack near border with Israel left 16 officers dead.
Last updated: 09 Aug 2012 05:53 GMT
Egypt's Morsi swears in new cabinet
Prime Minister Hesham Qandil urges Egyptians to rally behind his government which retains Tantawi as defence minister.
Last updated: 02 Aug 2012 18:34 GMT
Tantawi pushes back on Egypt's Brotherhood
Field Marshal Tantawi says armed forces will not allow a "certain group" to dominate, after he holds talks with Clinton.
Last updated: 16 Jul 2012 01:53 GMT
Clinton urges democratic transition in Egypt
US secretary of state held talks with head of armed forces a day after meeting newly elected President Mohamed Morsi.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2012 16:05 GMT
Clinton supports 'full transition' in Egypt
Protests greet US secretary of state as she meets President Morsi and justifies past relations with the ousted regime.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2012 03:49 GMT
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