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by: Cynthia Johnston 2009-10-31
The elderly Egyptian president’s silence on succession, even as a presidential vote approaches, has fuelled doubts over whether Hosni Mubarak has settled on a successor and will secure a smooth transition in his lifetime...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2009-5-5
An emerging Egyptian anti-government group, among the few movements willing to call people onto the streets, says it is intent on a democratic regime change for which members are ready to risk arrest...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2009-3-3
Egyptian security officers detained an Internet activist who belongs to an anti-government group, the man’s colleagues and a human rights group said on Tuesday...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2008-4-17
Egyptian authorities have failed to tell the Muslim Brotherhood the charges on which 25 members have been sentenced, two days after a military court jailed them for up to 10 years, the group and its lawyer said on Thursday. ..

by: Cynthia Johnston 2008-3-20
It was hovering close to the tail of the Reuters Jeep I was riding in to head out of Egypt’s Nile Delta after a surreal day of covering the Muslim Brotherhood’s mostly futile attempts to register for local council elections, due on April 8...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2008-3-12
A fading purplish bruise under his right eye is all that Said Taha Ali, a member of Egypt’s opposition Muslim Brotherhood, has to show for his attempt to stand in local council elections due next month...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2008-2-14
U.S. peace activist Cindy Sheehan pressed Egypt on Wednesday to free members of the opposition Muslim Brotherhood who are on trial in a military court, urging leniency for the sake of their families...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2007-11-27
The video-sharing Web site YouTube has suspended the account of a prominent Egyptian anti-torture activist who posted videos of what he said was brutal behaviour by some Egyptian policemen, the activist said...

by: Cynthia Johnston 2007-10-2
Sociologist Saadeddin Ibrahim said he was lobbying Washington and the European Union to demand progress toward more judicial independence, greater media and civil society freedoms, and internationally supervised elections in exchange for aid...