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Egyptians overwhelmingly approve changes extending Sisi’s rule

Egyptian voters have overwhelmingly backed constitutional changes that could see President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's rule extended to 2030

Landslide victory awaits Sisi in Egyptian poll

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the ex-army chief who ousted Mohamed Morsi, is set for a landslide presidential election win on Tuesday.

Arab Spring failure to grow Egypt economy helped ignite the Morsi uprising

The rage that helped topple Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi was nurtured by a failure to deliver the green shoots of economic recovery.

US seeks to build new relationship with Egypt

Hillary Clinton's demand to Egypt's military was simple: Work with new Islamist leaders on a full transition to civilian rule.

Egypt’s Morsi opens his palace gates to citizens

Hundreds of Egyptians have made their way to the presidential palace in Cairo to air their grievances to their new leader, President Mohamed Morsi.

Morsi calls for an end to the bloodshed in Syria

Newly elected president Mohamed Morsi has shown his support for Palestinians in Syria, saying Egypt will support them until they regain their rights.

Mohammed Morsi to be sworn in as president of Egypt

Egyptian president-elect Mohammed Morsi is set to be sworn in on Saturday as the country's first freely elected civilian president.

Brotherhood win is the better outcome of two extremes

Victory for Mohamed Morsi in Egypt's presidential race is a landmark in a dramatic post-revolutionary transition, writes Ian Black.

Egypt’s president moves cautiously

Mohamed Morsi won't make drastic foreign policy changes - his biggest challenge lies at home, writes Ian Black.

Morsi seeks to calm Egypt’s fears over Muslim leadership

Egypt's president-elect says he will appoint a woman and a Coptic Christian as his deputies, as he allays concerns about the Muslim Brotherhood.

Morsi to ‘reconsider’ Egypt’s deal with Israel

Egypt's president-elect wants to "reconsider" its peace deal with Israel and build ties with Iran to "create a strategic balance" in the Middle East.

Islamist Morsi declared Egypt’s president-elect

Islamist Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood has been declared Egypt's first democratic president by the state election committee.

Egyptians don’t care about Hosni Mubarak’s health scares

Mubarak might be on his back but his regime is very much on its legs, upright and determined to crush our revolution.

Thousands flood Tahrir Square in protest as Egypt awaits results

Protesters filled Cairo's Tahrir Square for Friday prayers as Egypt's presidential candidates accused each other of trying to steal elections.

Egypt on edge as election results delayed

Egypt is braced for a showdown between the military and the Muslim Brotherhood as the electoral commission delayed announcing the election winner.

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