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Mohamed ElBaradei to be tried for breach of national trust

Cairo - Former vice-president of foreign affairs in the Egyptian military-backed interim government, Mohamed ElBaradei will face the charges in September.

Op-Ed: More expert opinion on recent events in Egypt

Cairo - The first wave of crackdowns is said to have killed more than 600 and left thousands wounded. Today approximately another 100 more appear to have been killed. A number of expert views on the events have been collected by Al Jazeera.

Egypt military-backed cabinet orders pro-Morsi protests ended

Cairo - The cabinet of the interim Egyptian government has ordered the police "to take all necessary measures" to end protests by Pro-Morsi supporters. The government warned that the demonstrations posed a national security threat.

Egypt bombing injured twelve, a step ahead into bloody civil war

Unknown assailants threw a bomb early Wednesday from a passing car in Mansoura, the capital of Dakhalia province, after a day of clashes between opponents and Islamist supporters of Egypt's deposed president, Mohamed Mursi, killed nine people in Cairo.

Egyptians hold protests in Tahrir Square against military

Protestors in Egypt have once again converged on Tahrir Square in Cairo to protest against the military generals who are seizing powers.

Prosecutors seek death penalty for Egypt's Mubarak

Cairo - Egyptian prosectors are seeking the death penalty for former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. He is accused of being responsible for the deaths of over 850 protesters in a country where the death penalty is used regularly.

Op-Ed: 190 Arrested in Sectarian Clashes in Cairo

Sectarian violence in Cairo this weekend has claimed the lives of twelve and injured more than two hundred others. There are worries that Egypt could descend into a civil war that would engulf the entire nation.

Glenn Beck continues 'fear mongering' Egypt’s new freedom

Many people celebrate Egypt’s proclamation of freedom and promise of democracy as President Hosni Mubarack stepped down paving the way for it. But some say Glenn Beck raises fear by asserting the rebellion was inspired by Communists and fundamentalists

Egypt's rebellion: Middle East expert examines the issues Special

“It is absolutely the wrong policy to support autocratic leaders because they are somehow better than an Islamist government. The choice must rest entirely in Egyptians' hands."

Op-Ed: Third World thugs & dictators, a history of self-serving interests

Cairo - What is it about power and its hold on a person? Not just the common man, but the most noblest and patriotic of men have let its allure defy the loyalty to their county’s best interests.

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