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1. Parade: wrote Parade's End; home ground Valley Parade; co-stars of 1948 film Easter Parade.

Anti-President Mohamed Morsi demo ends in violence

Opponents of President Mohamed Morsi scuffled with his supporters yesterday during a demonstration that posed the first test of the Islamist leader's popularity on the street.

Robert Fisk: President Morsi, a rigged ballot and a fox's tale that has all of Cairo abuzz

The Long View: The army intelligence service is said to want a mini-revolution to get rid of corrupt officers

Journalist Natasha Smith describes Egypt sex attack

A student journalist has described how she was the victim of "a horrific sexual and physical attack" by an Egyptian mob.

On a typical day, 16 UK travellers are arrested - one every 90 minutes

Relentless rise in the number of Britons arrested on holiday

Cases soar in Egypt despite tourism slump but Spain is still the big worry

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Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi declared Egypt president

Mohammed Morsi was declared Egypt's first Islamist president today after the first free elections in the country's history.

Egypt election result due today

Amid continuing protests and claims of victory by opposing sides, the results of Egypt's presidential election will finally be revealed this afternoon.

Opponents of Egyptian military stage protest

Opponents of an Egyptian military declaration seeking to curtail the powers of the next president are to stage a mass demonstration in Cairo later today.

Protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square shout slogans against the Egyptian military council after Friday prayers yesterday

Ruling Egyptian generals suspected of making power grab despite election

Egypt's ruling generals were yesterday accused of mounting a "soft coup" by assuming sweeping new political powers even as the Muslim Brotherhood claimed a dramatic victory in the weekend's presidential run-off – the country's first since the toppling of Hosni Mubarak last year.

Supporters of Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, celebrate in Tahrir Square

Egypt's generals accused of 'soft coup' as two candidates claim presidency

Egypt's ruling generals were yesterday accused of mounting a "soft coup" by assuming sweeping new political powers even as the Muslim Brotherhood claimed a dramatic victory in the final round of the presidential polls – the country's first since the toppling of Hosni Mubarak last year.

Torn posters of the presidential candidates Mohamed Morsi, left, and Ahmed Shafik adorn a wall near a polling station in Cairo yesterday

Egyptians stage mass boycott of presidential poll

Observers say turnout may only be 15 per cent as youth groups mobilise against the poll. Alastair Beach reports from Cairo

Hosni Mubarak's health deteriorates

The health of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has deteriorated further, security officials said.

Hosni Mubarak is 'in and out of consciousness'

Hosni Mubarak is slipping in and out of consciousness a week after the ousted Egyptian leader was sent to jail to begin a life sentence.

Al Djazairia sings in front of the Bacchus Temple at the Baalbek Festival in the Lebanon in 2008

Warda al Djazairia: Singer known as 'The Rose of Algeria'

Her unusual mix of love songs, folk pieces and odes in praise of the fight for independence attracted attention

Up to 40 of the 270 boats that ply the Nile can resume trips at the end of this month

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