The former British Prime Minister's comments came during a visit to Cairo in order to discuss the Middle East Peace Process and the situation in Egypt
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Thursday 04 April 2013
Former belly dancer Karima El Mahroug says allegations against her and 76-year-old former premier are untrue
Sunday 31 March 2013
He is one of Egypt’s most famous television stars – a wildly popular satirist whose Friday night shows are eagerly awaited by tens of millions of viewers.
Thursday 14 March 2013
Police, including rooftop snipers, were responsible for nearly all of the deaths of the 850 protesters killed during Egypt's January 2011 uprising, a government inquiry has concluded.
Wednesday 27 February 2013
Pilots and operators say travel company used Egyptian agent that put profits before safety
Tuesday 26 February 2013
As a result of a slump in tourism on the Nile, competition for visitors’ spending has become intense
Thursday 21 February 2013
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has called a series of parliamentary elections that will start on 27 April and end in June.
Wednesday 20 February 2013
Activists speak out over 'unprecedented level of institutional abuse of children'
Egypt’s prime minister faces suit for slander after claiming infants contracted diarrhoea from 'unclean breasts'
Sunday 10 February 2013
Egypt’s prime minister is facing a suit for slander after televised comments suggesting that Egyptian infants contracted diarrhoea from nursing at their mothers’ unclean breasts drew widespread derision and anger.
Sunday 03 February 2013
Victim was coerced into giving statement, say activists and lawyers as Egyptian regime stands accused of ignoring revolution
Monday 28 January 2013
Bursts of machinegun fire continued to rattle around the rubble-strewn streets of Port Said tonight as groups of locals fiercely rejected the 30 day state of emergency announced by Mohamed Morsi in response to the unfolding chaos across Egypt.
Monday 28 January 2013
It is no revelation to say that regime change is often messy, whether the impetus comes from outside, as in Iraq, or from within, as in Egypt. Blowing the lid off a seething cauldron only exposes the myriad currents competing beneath. To count on a calm and uncontested transition in such circumstances is foolhardy.
Saturday 26 January 2013
Protesters clash with police across Egypt, calling for end to Morsi’s Islamist government
Tuesday 15 January 2013
Armstrong says sorry to his charity
Wednesday 26 December 2012
The troubled passage of Egypt's post-Mubarak constitution illustrates many of the difficulties facing that country today. After so long in the shadows, the Muslim Brotherhood's leaders are not accustomed to exercising power. The population is split between secular, Western-orientated reformers and those of a more religious and inward-looking persuasion. Political progress has not been matched by improvements in the economy, rather the reverse. With the drop in tourism and economic activity generally, Egypt's leaders cannot afford to buy off jaded voters, even if they wanted to.
Tuesday 25 December 2012
The head of Egypt's election commission said today that the country's new constitution has passed with a 63.8 per cent "yes" vote in a referendum.
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