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Egypt clashes see worst violence

Egypt's worst violence in months has escalated clashes between political forces and the ruling military ahead of a landmark presidential election.

Egypt’s winds of change remain to be seen

Some see Egypt's newly elected Parliament as the triumphant fruit of upheaval but others see it as a weapon designed to subdue ongoing revolution.

Muslim Brotherhood seeks historic Parliament for Egypt

The Muslim Brotherhood's party is poised to take 45% of Egypt's seats amid soaring public expectations but with few concrete powers to deliver reform.

Egypt’s Islamist parties lead in latest results

Egypt's two main Islamist parties claim to have together taken 62% of the vote in the general election's final stage, maintaining their overall lead.

Egypt Islamists claim second round of voting

Egypt's leading Islamist parties won about two-thirds of votes in the second round of polling for a Parliament that will draft a new Constitution.

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.

Islamists seek to extend gains in Egypt run-off vote

The Muslim Brotherhood's party is hoping it has extended its lead over hardline Islamists in Monday's run-off contest for Egypt's parliamentary seats.

Islamists lead in latest Egypt election results

Islamist parties captured more than 60% of the vote in the first round of Egypt's parliamentary elections, according to the latest partial results.

Democracy beyond Cairo

Tarek Mustafa was shot dead on January 28, a police bullet flying through the 24-year-old's neck as he stood in Cairo's Sayeda Zeinab Square.

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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