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Samer Al Atrush

Mubarak made his own bed, is he lying from it?

Deposed Egypt leader Hosni Mubarak has denied murder and graft charges after being wheeled into a caged dock on a stretcher to face his accusers.

Bloody clashes in Egypt

Bloody clashes erupted in Cairo between protesters demanding political change and loyalists of the ruling military council.

Ousted Egypt leader Hosni Mubarak to be put on trial

Deposed president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons will face charges of graft and ordering the deaths of protesters during Egypt's uprising in January.

Mubarak ‘complicit in protest killings’

Egypt's former leader Hosni Mubarak was complicit in the shooting of anti-regime protesters, a judge investigating violence during the uprising said.

Thousands mass in Libyan rebel capital

Up to 10 000 Libyans poured onto the streets of Benghazi on Friday, demanding that Muammar Gaddafi quit and praying for victory in the uprising.

Gaddafi forces accused of ‘massacre’

Muammar Gaddafi's forces were accused of a massacre during an assault on a key city as rebels pushed towards Tripoli.

Gadaffi says al-Qaeda behind insurrection

Moammar Gadaffi blamed al-Qaeda on Thursday for an insurrection that has wrenched control of much of eastern Libya as he addressed the country again.

Thousands of Egypt protestors keep up the pressure

Several hundred thousand Egyptians thronged Cairo's now iconic Tahrir Square on Friday to pressure their new military rulers for democratic reform.

Bloody clashes rock Cairo as regime stands firm

Egypt on Thursday faced another day of violence after supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak clashed with opposition protesters on Wednesday.

Chaos as rivals clash in Cairo

Supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak clashed violently with opposition protesters on Wednesday after storming their rally in Cairo.

Egypt protesters call for million man march

Egyptian protesters on Monday called for an indefinite strike in Egypt and a "million man march" on Tuesday in Cairo.

Egyptians go to the polls after Islamist crackdown

Polls opened across Egypt on Sunday for a parliamentary election expected to strengthen the ruling party's grip in the most populous Arab nation.

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