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Hosni Mubarak gets life sentence

An Egyptian Court has sentenced Mubarak to life in prison after convicting him of involvement in the murder of protesters during last year's uprisings

Egypt disqualifies top Islamists from election

Authorities have disqualified presidential front-runners including Hosni Mubarak's spy chief and a Muslim Brotherhood candidate from the election.

Hosni Mubarak painted as ‘a just man’

Hosni Mubarak's lawyer has painted him as "a just man, not a tyrant", adding his accusers have no evidence to support their claims against him.

Egypt’s run-off vote shows tensions between Islamists

Egypt's parliamentary elections have become hotly contested by rival Islamic groups all seeking to extend their early gains in the run-off vote.

Egypt goes to the polls amid angry revolts

Egyptians have voted in their first election since a revolt ousted Hosni Mubarak, amid fears the generals who replaced him would cling to power.

Citizens declare war on abuses in Egypt vote

Egyptians desperate to stop cheats stitching up the country's first free election in decades are lining up by the thousand, cameras at the ready.

Egypt’s youth call for a new face of government

Young activists have organised a vote for a civilian council to guard their revolution from Egypt's rulers who they no longer trust.

Egyptian protesters struggle to throw off army rule

Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has been accused of brutality sometimes worse than that of Hosni Mubarak after more deaths of protesters.

Broken and bowed, caged Mubarak put on trial

Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak, on trial for conspiring to kill protesters, was wheeled into a courtroom cage in a hospital bed on Wednesday.

Mubarak faces trial set to rattle Arab rulers

Ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak will be held to account by the people he ruled for three decades in a trial starting on Wednesday.

Historic Mubarak trial outlined by Egyptian judge

The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will be held at a police academy in Cairo with a maximum of 600 people allowed to attend.

Egyptian youth say they’ll be ‘last to leave Tahrir Square’

Youth protesters vowed to remain in Tahrir Square until their demands are met, in escalating tension between demonstrators and the miltary council.

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