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Chatter: Egypt's great state of emergency

Egypt wakes up under curfew after a crackdown that killed more than 400, Iraq suffers another wave of bombings, Bradley Manning says sorry, and the world finds its newest oldest person.
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Chatter: Another Egyptian massacre?

Egypt sends in the security forces against pro-Morsi protesters in Cairo, Israel sets the first of its Palestinian prisoners free, and there's some comfort for the Spanish pensioner who lost the world one of its masterpieces.
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Egypt sends in the security forces against pro-Morsi protesters in Cairo, Israel sets the first of its Palestinian prisoners free, the euro zone takes one small step toward recovery, and there's some comfort for the Spanish pensioner who lost the world one of its masterpieces, but gave it one of its greatest memes.
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Egypt: Gunmen attack Tahrir Square as Cairo braces for rival protests

Several Egyptian protesters have been injured in Cairo's Tahrir Square, after gunmen fired on them at the start of a day of rival rallies.

Egypt election results will be announced tomorrow

Both candidates are claiming victory in the run-off by a narrow margin.

Egypt: Unidentified assailants kill at least 11 protesters in Cairo

Witnesses described seeing homemade bombs, stones, Molotov cocktails, teargas and shotguns loaded with birdshot used against protesters.

Raw Feed: Activists in Egypt protest police response to soccer riot

Fans of Al Ahly soccer club, known as "Ultras," take to the streets.

Egypt: Death toll rises as security forces storm Cairo's Tahrir Square (VIDEO)

The death toll from the latest violence is at least eight, with around 300 injured, according to a health ministry estimate.

Egypt elections: Egyptians line up to vote in landmark polls (VIDEO)

Many polling stations already had long lines outside before they officially opened at 8:00 AM local time. Some queues were said to be up to two miles long.

Caroline Sinz: French journalist sexually assaulted in Tahrir Square (VIDEO)

Caroline Sinz and her crew were filming in Mohamed Mahmoud Street when they were jumped on by a gang of teenage boys, she said. Then the group dragged them toward Tahrir Square, and she became separated from her cameraman.

Egypt: 3 American students released after protest arrests

Derrik Sweeney, 19, Gregory Porter, 19, and Luke Gates, 21, were detained over the weekend, accused of throwing firebombs at security forces from a rooftop near Tahrir Square.
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