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Former egyption president and air force comander. Ousted in 2011 after 30 yeasr as president, now facing carges of murdering protesters.
Former Egyptian strongman said Benjamin Netanyahu was willing to give up all of the Golan Heights in 1998.
The death of the 11 brings the total of those killed since the beginning of the operation to at least 261 suspected militants.
Critics say the contest recalled the kind of vote that kept Arab autocrats in power for decades before the 2011 Arab Spring.
Egypt has been and will continue to be the clear and undisputed leader of the Arab world.
By URI SAVIR
America must realize that democratic elections do not always lead to a democracy.
By MICHAEL BAR-ZOHAR
SCAF and the Muslim Brotherhood have agreed to coexist – for the time being.
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
State news agency had declared Mubarak clinically dead after suffering stroke; military officials deny report.
"Mubarak's heart stopped beating and was subjected to a defibrillator several times but did not respond," Egyptian state news agency says in report confirmed by hospital sources; security sources deny report.
Such simplistic, one-dimensional explanations typify his neophyte missteps on the treacherous turfs of foreign policy.
By SARAH HONIG
Former Mubarak prime minister says he won't jail youth, promises to allow protests, freedom of expression.
today Egyptians are demonstrating in massive numbers against Mubarak, angry that a court had sentenced him “only” to life in prison.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Official Egyptian news agency says former president had to be treated by medical team after visit from wife and sons.
Abdel Moneim Abol Fotouh, a former Brotherhood member who came in fourth in the polls, says the election was not honest.
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