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by: Mona Salem 2010-3-16
Ten days after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak underwent surgery in Germany, there is growing uncertainty over his state of health and increased talk about who will eventually succeed him...

by: Mona Salem 2009-10-6
Whether President Hosni Mubarak runs for re-election in 2011 or gives way to his son Gamal, an opposition party sees UN nuclear watchdog head Mohamed ElBaradei as a strong contender for Egypt's top job...

by: Mona Salem 2008-1-19
Egypt has angrily rejected a European parliament resolution criticising its human rights record, with Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit saying it revealed both arrogance and ignorance...

by: Mona Salem 2006-4-21

Egyptian government delays lifting of emergency law, disciplines ’dissident’ judges, persecutes journalists.

After a period of hope and mounting calls for political reform in Egypt, analysts say the regime is now seeking to systematically gag dissident voices as Washington turns its attention to other issues.


"The reform process has backslided because the United States, busy..