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Hamas once stalked Gazaâ€™s streets, searching for canoodling couples or risquÃ© outfits. Now, locals say, the Gaza Strip is a much more liberal place.
Fatah cries foul as Hamas disrupts voter registrations in Gaza.
Unrest and violence in North Sinai could threaten a fragile regional stability.
Victory of Muslim Brotherhood weakens army's hold over Egyptian political system.
While Egyptians anxiously await election results, many wonder if they will even matter.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, taking hits from all sides, may be watching its hard-earned dream of ruling the country slip away.
At one cafe in central Cairo, almost no one believed the reports of Hosni Mubarak's death — nor did they care.
Analysis: The Supreme Council of Armed Forces' 11th-hour power grab shows the tumult of Egypt's attempt with democracy.
As many Egyptians vote in another round of presidential elections today, others are gearing up for another round of revolution.
Egypt's former president, Hosni Mubarak, has an irregular heartbeat and is slipping in and out of consciousness, according to his doctor.
The legitimacy of the Egyptian election is being attacked on multiple fronts.
For Egypt's revolutionaries, the presidential election is the stuff bad dreams are made of.
Many protest that ousted leader's conviction was not strong enough and most of his top aides were acquitted.
Anger over Egypt's surprising election results has spilled into the streets. It's now anyone's guess who will win the run-off.
Despite early signs of weakness, the Islamic group's vast grassroots network has led to strong preliminary results.
Egyptians are off to the polls, seeking to capitalize on the revolution that upended their country.
With elections this week, the deeply entrenched Supreme Council of the Armed Forces will not easily be knocked from its perch.
All Egyptians really care about is the economy. But the top candidates seem to have few solutions.
The debate showed the extent to which a new political openness had arrived in Egypt.
Egyptians outside of Cairo are more concerned with the economy and security than religious issues.