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The government's inability to regain control of Port Said is a sign of how deeply divided Egypt has become two years after an uprising toppled the regime of Hosni Mubarak. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
March 6, 2013
Ahmed Ezz receives the harshest judgement yet against members of the Mubarak regime and businessmen who flourished through their connections to politicians. reports from Cairo
During his second day in Egypt, the US secretary of state reinforces the US position that Egypt urgently needs to restore security and bolster the economy. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
March 3, 2013
ElBaradei and other opposition leaders refuse to meet US secretary of state after Washington's call to reconsider a planned boycott of elections. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
Tourism minister says 'those proven responsible for the accident will receive severe punishment'. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
February 27, 2013
Egypt's president reaches out to opposition ahead of April vote. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
February 26, 2013
Sheikh Raslan's rejection of politics and strict adherence to Salafist beliefs draws followers not only from Egypt, but from all over the world. Bradley Hope reports from Sobk El Ahad
February 25, 2013
The Muslim Brotherhood immediately ridicule the National Salvation Front leader for dodging democratic test. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
February 24, 2013
National Coalition will choose prime minister on March 2
February 23, 2013
In the last of a three-part, abridged serialisation of his book, Last Days of the Pharaoh, Bradley Hope describes a regime unable to grasp it was in a fight for its life – until it was too late.
February 12, 2013
Mubarak was born in the Nile Delta village of Kafr Al Musellha on May 4, 1928.
February 11, 2013
In the second of a three-part, abridged serialisation of his book Last Days of the Pharaoh, Bradley Hope describes Hosni Mubarak as incapable of reaching beyond a small circle of family and close aides.
The fall of Hosni Mubarak, supposedly a 'president for life', marked one of the most dramatic and pivotal events ever to occur not only in Egypt but in the Middle East, and its repercussions will continue to play out for years.
February 10, 2013
Egyptian president tells leaders of 26 Islamic states that fragmented rebel groups must unify, as Iran remains the lone advocate of the Assad regime at Islamic summit. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
February 7, 2013
Frosty relations between Egypt and Iran enter a slow thaw after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad becomes the first Iranian president to visit Egypt since the 1979 revolution. Bradley Hope and Michael Theodoulou report
February 6, 2013
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Pro-Palestine protests in the Middle East and beyond - in pictures