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Egypt Crisis

Hundreds of Mubarak loyalists, foes clash in Cairo

Hundreds of diehard supporters of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak clashed with his foes in central Cairo.


Protesters hold placards during a rally, demanding for an end to Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak rule, outside...
'Arab spring' may be bigger than 9/11, warns UK

Thursday , 5 May '11

An UK official said 2011 had seen a confluence of events that would change course of history.
An Egyptian official counts votes at a polling station in Cairo, following the referendum on constitutional am...
77 per cent Egyptians vote for constitutional amendments

Monday , 21 March '11

In the first test for democracy, Egyptians voted 'yes' to the nine constitutional amendments.
Weeks of protests in Cairo and across Egypt forced the country's long serving president to step down.
Egypt licenses first moderate Islamic party

Saturday , 19 February '11

Weeks of protests in Cairo and across Egypt forced the country's long serving president to step down.
In Egypt, military’s grip on economy raises concern

Saturday , 19 February '11

And some scholars and business groups say it has already begun taking steps to protect the privileges of its gated economy.
Hosni Mubarak is said to have amassed a 25 billion pound fortune for his family since grabbing power in 1981.
Mubarak's family flees to London: Report

Friday , 18 February '11

The panic-stricken family has reportedly taken refuge in their £8.5 million luxurious townhouse in London.
Reporter sexually assaulted in Cairo, says CBS

Thursday , 17 February '11

Lara Logan, the network’s chief foreign affairs correspondent, was covering the celebrations in Tahrir Square.
Egyptian military asks for freeze of assets of Mubarak aides

Tuesday , 15 February '11

Reports put Mubarak's worth as $60-70 billion, but banking experts believe it to be upto $5 billion.
Egypt's military will share power with civilians

Tuesday , 15 February '11

While urging Egyptians to end strikes, military says Constitution will be reformed by popular referendum.
Egyptian military gets Al-Tahrir Sqaure vacated

Tuesday , 15 February '11

Some protesters said they wanted more concrete steps to be taken before they withdraw their demonstration completely.
Tracing Hosni Mubarak's money will be difficult since business in Egypt is largely conducted in secret among a...
'Mubarak moves assets from European banks to Gulf'

Monday , 14 February '11

Estimates of Mubarak's fortune vary but there is widespread rumour that it is worth $70 billion.
Egypt's official media changes tone post-Mubarak

Monday , 14 February '11

After celebrating Hosni's rule for 30 years, the official media has promised to be more attentive to the people.
A woman wearing an Egyptian flag walks into Tahrir Square in Cairo,
Army asserts command as Egypt drifts back to work

Monday , 14 February '11

Egypt's generals are preparing to ban strikes and to warn they will act against chaos and disorder.
At revolution’s ground zero

Sunday , 13 February '11

Tahrir square was at the heart of the Egyptian uprising.
Native Egyptians rally in support of the Egyptian people in front of city hall in Michigan.
Young Egyptians in US hopeful about future

Sunday , 13 February '11

A human right group cautioned that reforms were still needed in the middle eastern nation.
Egyptians pose for a family photo in front of an army vehicle at Tahrir Square.  AP
Good Morning, Egypt

Sunday , 13 February '11

Day after: Protesters clean up, leave Tahrir—to return if army doesn’t keep promise.
A woman sells party hats and noise makers near Tahrir Square on Saturday. 	AP
Free, Egypt waits for the future

Sunday , 13 February '11

Biggest party ever, with a hint of India.
People wave Egyptian flags as they celebrate Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak resignation in Cairo.
Egypt revolution: Timeline

Saturday , 12 February '11

Key events in the more than two weeks of protests that led to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
Fireworks explode as Egyptian civilians celebrate by the river Nile in Cairo.
Behind Mubarak's exit: A military coup

Saturday , 12 February '11

It was the people who forced Hosni Mubarak from power, but it is the generals who are in charge now.
Egyptians celebrate Hosni Mubarak's resignation in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Free Egypt: World leaders hail win for people power

Saturday , 12 February '11

US President Barack Obama said people of Egypt had spoken and would settle for nothing less than 'genuine democracy.'