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Prospects for constitutional reform remain ’bleak’ in the view of Egypt’s fragmented opposition, who continue to accuse the governing National Democratic Party (NDP) of operating a ’police state.’ Despite promises

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It was symbolic that 2006 ended with a colonial hanging--- most of it (bar the last moments) shown on state television in occupied Iraq. It has been that sort of

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In a bizarre incident, police randomly arrested more than 20 people in Fayoum governorate right after they finished performing Eid (Feast) Prayers. The Detainees, including several minors as youg as