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Egyptians vote abroad, leadership contest heats up

11 May 2012

CAIRO Egypt's presidential election, set to be the freest it has ever had, began for citizens abroad on Friday after a caustic televised debate between two candidates that produced no clear favourite to lead the most populous Arab nation.

Egyptians vote abroad, leadership contest heats up

11 May 2012

CAIRO Egypt's presidential election, set to be the freest it has ever had, began for citizens abroad on Friday after a caustic televised debate between two candidates that produced no clear favourite to lead the most populous Arab nation.

Egyptians vote abroad, leadership contest heats up

11 May 2012

CAIRO Egypt's presidential election, set to be the freest it has ever had, began for citizens abroad on Friday after a caustic televised debate between two candidates that produced no clear favorite to lead the most populous Arab nation.

Egyptians vote abroad, leadership contest heats up

11 May 2012

CAIRO Egypt's presidential election, set to be the freest it has ever had, began for citizens abroad on Friday after a caustic televised debate between two candidates that produced no clear favourite to lead the most populous Arab nation.

Egypt clashes over army rule leave up to 11 dead

03 May 2012

CAIRO Eleven people were killed in Cairo on Wednesday, medics said, when armed men attacked protesters demanding an end to army rule, prompting several candidates to suspend presidential campaigns and heightening doubts on the transition to democracy.

Egypt clashes over army rule leave up to 11 dead

02 May 2012

CAIRO Eleven people were killed in Cairo on Wednesday, medics said, when armed men attacked protesters demanding an end to army rule, prompting several candidates to suspend presidential campaigns and heightening doubts on the transition to democracy.

Egypt clashes over army rule leave up to 11 dead

02 May 2012

CAIRO Eleven people were killed in Cairo on Wednesday, medics said, when armed men attacked protesters demanding an end to army rule, prompting several candidates to suspend presidential campaigns and heightening doubts on the transition to democracy.

Two-horse race in final stretch for Egypt presidency

01 May 2012

CAIRO Egypt enters the last stage of its first democratic presidential race on Monday with its field narrowing to a two-horse race between the urbane former head of the Arab League and a charismatic Islamist medic jailed for years under Hosni Mubarak.

Two horse race in final stretch for Egypt presidency

01 May 2012

CAIRO Egypt enters the last stage of its first democratic presidential race on Monday with its field narrowing to a two-horse race between the urbane former head of the Arab League and a charismatic Islamist medic jailed for years under Hosni Mubarak.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Orascom Telecom drags down Egypt; Gulf bourses mixed

04 Apr 2012

CAIRO/DUBAI, April 4 Egypt's bourse fell on Wednesday, weighed by Orascom Telecom (OT) which declined for a fifth day over concerns the sale of a stake in its Algerian unit might take longer than expected, while trading was mixed on Gulf bourses.

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