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The Egyptian president has carefully calibrated his messages over the past week's political crisis, not for the opposition clamouring in the streets, but for his most important electoral bloc - Islamists. Bradley Hope reports from Cairo
December 10, 2012
Egypt's opposition groups say taking part in the referendum would 'add legitimacy to this constitution'.
A military official warned Egypt was entering a dark tunnel with disastrous consequences if president Mohammed Morsi and his opponents did not reach a compromise.
December 9, 2012
Opposition forces appear likely to boycott Saturday's constitutional vote, despite president Mohammed Morsi's backflip yesterday that erased the sweeping powers he gave himself last month.
Protesters marched to the presidential palace yesterday to demand the sacking of the Egyptian leader, Mohammed Morsi
December 8, 2012
The Sunni world's top Islamic body calls on Egyptian president to compromise with opposition groups as thousands of protesters march on the presidential palace for the third consecutive day.
December 7, 2012
The violence witnessed in Tahrir Square results from bitter religious division and shoddy post-Mubarak planning. But painful compromises will have to be made to prevent a total eruption. Analysis by Bradley Hope
Egypt unrest: Muslim Brotherhood supporters clash with Morsi opponents over the president's new powers, with riot police deployed to stop street battles.
December 6, 2012
The march to Cairo's presidential palace was dubbed a 'last warning' protest against Mr Morsi, who seized unrestricted powers last month.
December 5, 2012
Arab Spring economies: Egypt's prime minister should avoid "shock" tactics that could result in protests, says economist at the American University in Cairo.
November 15, 2012
Arab Spring economies: European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to each provide €2bn, with the remainder coming from EU member states.
Hussein Salem, who has been convicted in several criminal cases for obtaining wealth through corrupt affiliations with the Mubarak regime, tried to quietly sell off his assets.
November 14, 2012
Reactions from across the Middle East and North Africa to Barack Obama's re-election have been subdued but hopeful about a US president who has struck a more cosmopolitan tone in the region's affairs.
November 8, 2012
Blindfolded altar boy selects new figurehead for church amid hopes that new leader will guard Copts' position in an Islamist-dominated Egypt.
November 5, 2012
One of three men will be chosen as leader of 8 million believers.
November 4, 2012
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