Every chair has a story to tell, obviously from its own point of view. Just entangled pieces of life, left. Someone has decided to stand up and go away. Life must go on somewhere else.
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Beni-Soueif governorate stalls sewage-system-building project after the January 25 uprising
Representatives of liberal parties presented Egyptians with a ‘third option’ on Saturday, citing a need to heal divisions in lieu of a contentious Egyptian presidential election, and a recent move by SCAF to shore up power during the transitional phase.
Bahraini armed forces continued to battle protestors, firing on activists with tear gas and rubber bullets, as well as specifically targeting protest leaders, opposition leaders said on Saturday.
Diplomatic relations between Turkey and Syria have deteriorated since the Syrian uprising began nearly 17 months ago. Several Syrian civilians and military opposition groups have since taken refuge in neighbouring Turkey
MPs insist Parliament is still valid despite SCAF confirmation of dissolution
Delaying announcement of the presidential election results could be unconstitutional
The Syrian uprising has left more than 10,000 people dead, according to UN estimates
Once a taboo, the health of the President is now a matter of public debate
Political satirist vs. political pundit
The Carter Centre reports that a chaotic political climate overshadowed Egypt’s elections Former US President Jimmy Carter founded the Carter Centre to oversee the effectiveness of election processes in chaotic contexts.What they found in their mission in Egypt was not only po- litical chaos but the heavy shadow of the Supreme Council ofArmed Forces over …
Despite official accounts of moderate turnout, a picture emerges of lower than reported participation.
The Presidential Electoral Commission processing over 100 charges of violations by both presidential camps.
Members of Parliament resist its dissolution, but they are barred from entering the building.
Grave election violations were reported by observers during the two days of voting in Egypt’s final round run-off between Mohammed Morsi and Ahmed Shafiq. In the most notable case ‘pre-selected’ ballots were discovered in which Mohammed Morsi’s named was already chosen, without a registered voters name yet associated with the ballot. Counsellor Farouk Sultan, the …
Award-winning filmmaker, Ashraf Nabil, found himself caught in the political fray of the presidential elections and the politick of the former regime
US surveillance over the Sahel signifies expansion of ‘war on terror.’
The UN suspends its mission to Syria, as the Security Council calls for an emergency meeting.