Egypt's opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei has warned of chaos in Egypt if parliamentary polls go ahead in April.
Egypt's worst violence since President Mohamed Morsi was elected has forced the army to deploy tanks in Cairo, as hundreds were injured in protests.
Egypt's reform leader Mohamed ElBaradei has withdrawn from the presidential race, saying a fair election is impossible under the military's grip.
Egyptian security forces have stormed the offices of pro-democracy groups that they say are fomenting protests with the help of foreign funding.
Six Egyptian presidential candidates have called on the ruling military to hand over power to an elected president by the end of April.
Egyptian media on Monday accused "anti-revolutionaries" of trying to trigger sectarian conflict.
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Western leaders fear Muslim Brotherhood, but on the streets its influence may be limited.
International community urged to shun Egypt's president.
The timetable of President Hosni Mubarak's departure lies with the Egyptian people but his early exit could raise electoral complications.
Thousands of Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Tuesday in the biggest demonstration so far in an uprising against President Hosni Mubarak.
Activists geared up for the biggest protests yet on Friday to end Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's three-decade rule.
Iran has told the UN it wants fresh fuel for a reactor in Tehran before it agrees to ship most of its enriched uranium stocks to Russia and France.
Iran broke a transparency law of the UN nuclear watchdog by failing to disclose much earlier a nuclear plant, Mohamed ElBaradei said.
Iran has told the UN nuclear watchdog that it has a second uranium enrichment plant under construction, diplomats said on Friday.
The UN nuclear inspection agency believes that Iran has "sufficient information" to make a nuclear weapon and had "probably tested" a key component.
The UN's nuclear watchdog reported on Saturday that Iran was continuing its uranium enrichment programme in defiance of the UN security council.
Western powers are urging the UN nuclear watchdog to reveal all the information it has that suggests Tehran is pursuing atomic weapons, diplomats said
The nuclear watchdog chief on Thursday angrily rejected Israeli accusations of bias in a probe by his agency into allegations of a Syrian atomic site.
Governors of the UN nuclear watchdog failed to agree on a successor to Mohamed ElBaradei on Friday, opening the field to new candidates.