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Al-Masry Al-Youm 06 Jun 2012
MP Amr Hamzawy said Wednesday his Freedom Egypt Party is drafting legislation that would allow a special committee to...
Thousands of people turned out to protest against Ahmed Shafiq in Tahrir
Al-Masry Al-Youm 06 Jun 2012
Presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq severely criticized protesters who demand a retrial of former President Hosni...
Protesters gathering at al-Qaed Ibrahim mosque in Alexandria, to demonstrate for the forth day in-a-raw against Mubarak's trial verdict, June 5,2012. 
Al-Masry Al-Youm 05 Jun 2012
Thousands of people in various Egyptian governorates staged demonstrations on Tuesday demanding the retrial of deposed...
Egypt Independent 05 Jun 2012
Egypt's most senior judge has warned against attempts to undermine judicial authority and plunge Egypt into chaos...
File picture dated January 5, 2012 shows Egypt's ousted President Hosni Mubarak being wheeled into court for his murder trial in Cairo. It was meant to be the historic trial of a dictator brought to justice by his long-suffering people, but the case against Egypt's ex-president -- who with his former interior ministr and six security chiefs are accused of ordering the killings of protesters during the 18-day revolt that forced him to resign on February 11, 2011 -- has verged on the farcical as prosecutors and lawyers struggle to rise to the occasion.
Egypt Independent 05 Jun 2012
Former President Hosni Mubarak is in poor health, said the head of public relations for the Interior Ministry’s...
Mubarak's  trial verdict
Ali Abdel Mohsen 04 Jun 2012
For fans of dark comedy, Monday’s papers are an essential read. “Mubarak: the president of the Republic of...
Mubarak's  trial verdict
Egypt Independent 04 Jun 2012
The Free Egyptians Party said Sunday it is “shocked and frustrated” with the verdicts in former President...
Protest in Tahrir square after Mubarak's verdict
Egypt Independent 03 Jun 2012
Parliamentary lawmakers lashed out at the judiciary Sunday, devoting that day’s session to commenting on the life...
Anti-Mubarak demonstrators hold a defaced picture of the former Egyptian president outside the police academy where Mubarak is on trial in Cairo June 2, 2012. Mubarak, who governed Egypt for 30 years before a popular uprising toppled him last year, will hear a judge rule on Saturday on whether he is guilty of graft and complicity in the killing of protesters.
Jordan Gerstler-Holton 03 Jun 2012
“What resonates most with the Egyptian people these days? Anything that smells like gallows. Oh, and Islam too,...
Al-Masry Al-Youm 03 Jun 2012
Constitution Party founder Mohamed ElBaradei is willing to form “a presidential council that will be responsible...