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Egypt’s ElBaradei faces court for ‘betrayal of trust’

Mohamed ElBaradei, Egypt's former vice-president, will be sued for a "betrayal of trust" over his decision to quit the army-backed government.

Confusion over prime minister adds to Egypt’s crisis

Egypt's transition has stumbled after the choice of Mohamed ElBaradei as interim prime minister was thrown into doubt by Islamist objections.

Egypt’s opposition leader calls for election boycott

Egypt's opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei has warned of chaos in Egypt if parliamentary polls go ahead in April.

Tanks deployed in Cairo after deadly clashes

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 forces storm democracy watchdogs’ offices

Egyptian security forces have stormed the offices of pro-democracy groups that they say are fomenting protests with the help of foreign funding.

Egypt presidential hopefuls call for April handover

Six Egyptian presidential candidates have called on the ruling military to hand over power to an elected president by the end of April.

Egypt sectarian deaths slammed amid civil war fear

Egyptian media on Monday accused "anti-revolutionaries" of trying to trigger sectarian conflict.

Aids: No time for complacency

HIV prevention, the mainstay of the response to the HIV epidemic, is in danger of falling off the global agenda.

Clinton hints at unease over early Mubarak exit

The timetable of President Hosni Mubarak's departure lies with the Egyptian people but his early exit could raise electoral complications.

Islamists’ role in uprising low key

Western leaders fear Muslim Brotherhood, but on the streets its influence may be limited.

‘Criminal regime is killing its people’

International community urged to shun Egypt's president.

It’s time for you to go, Egyptians tell Mubarak

Thousands of Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Tuesday in the biggest demonstration so far in an uprising against President Hosni Mubarak.

Egypt unrest rages on — biggest protests planned

Activists geared up for the biggest protests yet on Friday to end Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's three-decade rule.

Bush seeks backing against Iran from wary Gulf

United States President George Bush arrived in Kuwait on Friday to rally the support of Arab allies against what he calls the Iranian "threat" after making a bold prediction for Middle East peace. Bush flew in aboard <i>Air Force One</i> after his first presidential trip to the Holy Land, where he said he believed a peace treaty would be signed within a year.

Scotland Yard beefs up Bhutto probe

Scotland Yard strengthened its team aiding the probe into the assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto on Wednesday as concerns for the country's nuclear security grew. Three more detectives arrived from London, including an expert in the type of explosives used in the gun and suicide-bomb attack that killed Bhutto.

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Zuma, Zondo play the waiting game

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Lala ngoxolo Mvelase Jackson Mthembu

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