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Egypt: Protesters converge on Tahrir Square on anniversary of revolution

On anniversary of Jan. 25 revolution, Egyptians take to the streets.

Egypt: Protests erupt on anniversary of revolution (LIVE BLOG)

CAIRO, Egypt — Continuous coverage as Egypt marks one year since the start of the revolution that led to the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak.

As polls close, Egypt closes in on democracy

CAIRO — The apparent success of the election, which came on the heels of a week of violence in Cairo, seems to have muffled the loudest anti-government voices — for now.

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.

Mahmoud Salem: from "douchebag" to politician?

CAIRO — Several young revolutionaries now see the official structure of power as the best option for implementing reforms in Egypt — and they're running for office.

Mubarak's trial to be postponed again

Some of the lawyers, who are representing famillies of those killed during the uprising against Mubarak's rule, had demanded changes to the panel.

Egypt makes religious discrimination illegal following deadly rioting

Egypt is taking the adage "if you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all," and putting it into law.

Egypt: anti-Israel sentiment erupts

CAIRO — Despite popular opinion, Egypt’s military rulers have shown little willingness to dramatically alter Egypt’s foreign policy vis-à-vis Israel in the post-Mubarak era.

Judge ends TV broadcast of Mubarak Trial

At Mubarak’s first court appearance, broadcast on Egyptian state TV, the former president’s condition shocked the nation.
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