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Presidential Hopefuls Meet to Discuss Egypt’s Struggling Democratization

In unprecedented meeting, six presidential candidates discussed on Tuesday the current situation in Egypt and latest disappointing decisions by the ruling military council, including attacks on free speech and media.

El-Baradei: Israel only understands the language of force

Dr. Mohammed El-Baradei, former head of the international atomic energy agency and one of the prominent contenders for the Egyptian presidential elections in 2011, said that the Palestine cause was

Crowd greets ElBaradei as hero during tour out of Cairo

Mohammed ElBaradei said he saw “an overwhelming and burning desire for change” among the more than 1,000 supporters who came to see and hear the former head of the UN

The return of Mohamed ElBaradei from abroad is rattling Egypt’s rulers

EGYPTIANS may breathe a sigh of relief. Seven of their political parties have formed a united front to defend the country against a foreign plot. Whether this conspiracy is Zionist

No Change In Election Law, Cairo Says Change

Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, suggested he would challenge President Hosni Mubarak in the 2011 race if the election system were free and fair.

Talking to Iran has helped the US

Critics argue that the recent International Atomic Energy Agency report proves that the Obama administration's policy of engagement has been a waste of time, allowing Iran to make progress toward

US wants competition in Cairo politics

Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, is testing the political scene in Cairo for a possible presidential bid.

The El-Baradei phenomenon

In El-Baradei we find an authentic liberal. He is a staunch believer in the civil and even secular state. There is no equivocation or wavering in his support for the

ElBaradei Meets Amr Moussa

The two men who have both indicated coyly they might run for Egypt's Presidency under certain circumstances, have met to discuss “the internal political issue” in Egypt as well as