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Jailan Zayan

Jailan Zayan

    Egypt: Curfew imposed after hundreds killed in police crackdown
    Egypt: Curfew imposed after hundreds killed in police crackdown
    Egypt remains under a tense state of emergency after police forces stormed the Cairo protest camps supporting ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
    Egypt's prime minister edges closer to forming cabinet
    Egypt's prime minister edges closer to forming cabinet
    Egypt's new prime minister has gotten closer to forming a cabinet as supporters of Mohamed Morsi vow to keep fighting for his reinstatement.
    Vote counting commences after Egypt's renaissance
    Vote counting commences after Egypt's renaissance
    Vote counting has begun in Egypt's landmark election, which pitted stability against the ideals of the uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's rule.
    Post-Mubarak Egypt still lost
    Post-Mubarak Egypt still lost
    Egypt is still struggling with grievances a year after a spectacular uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak and turned the country's politics upside down.
    Scores killed, hundreds injured in Egypt soccer tragedy
    Scores killed, hundreds injured in Egypt soccer tragedy
    A riot that erupted after a soccer match in the Egyptian city of Port Said has killed at least 74 people and left hundreds more injured.
    Arab ministers consider progress of Syria mission
    Arab ministers consider progress of Syria mission
    Arab foreign ministers are reviewing the record of a criticised observer mission to Syria, amid calls for the bloc to cede to the United Nations.
    Virginity tests declared illegal in Egypt's prisons
    Virginity tests declared illegal in Egypt's prisons
    An Egyptian court has ordered an end to forced virginity tests female detainees have been subjected to after the practice sparked a national outcry.
    Egypt's liberals battle Islamist popularity
    Egypt's liberals battle Islamist popularity
    Egyptians have headed to the polls again to choose the first post-revolution Parliament, as liberals battle to compete with Islamist parties.
    Egyptians head to the polls amid deadly clashes
    Egyptians head to the polls amid deadly clashes
    Egyptians will vote in the first legislative elections since Hosni Mubarak was ousted but a deadly countdown has cast a shadow over Egypt's polls.
    Transfer power, say Tahrir protesters
    Transfer power, say Tahrir protesters
    Several hundred Egyptians occupied Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sunday, following a night of deadly clashes.
    Tense Egypt rocked by bloody clashes
    Tense Egypt rocked by bloody clashes
    Bloody clashes between protesters and anti-riot police raged overnight in Cairo's Tahrir Square, while new scuffles erupted on Wednesday.