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Egypt Presidential Election Results: Mohammed Morsi is an Opportunist and His Victory is Bad for Egypt

Now that Morsi is confirmed as the Egyptian President, his party may push for sharia law to play a greater role in Egypt.

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Revolutionary Spirit Wanes in Tahrir

In Egypt, renewed protests in July were much diluted by celebration and trade as vendors and cinemas set up shop in the square.

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In Focus: Egypt's July Protests in Tahrir Square

Egyptians have held a sit-in at Tahrir Square from July 8 until present. Protests escalated into a riot starting July 23.

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Egyptians Call for a “Second Revolution” Against Their Military

Friday could mark the next large-scale revolution in Egypt. The military government that stepped in after Mubarak is no better than the ousted leader himself.

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Exclusive Interview With Mohamed Morsi: What to Expect From the Muslim Brotherhood

In an interview with the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi, Dalia Malek finds contradictions between the organization's actions and public statements.

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The Role of Facebook in the Third Palestinian Intifada

A Facebook group calling for a Palestinian intifada, or rebellion, against Israel has recently created a stir on social networks, and Facebook itself erased the group.

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Human Rights in Libya: An Interview with a Libyan Activist Navigating Political Unrest

A Libyan activist discusses how to work around the challeges of political unrest, war, and self-censorship in her mission to shine light on human rights issues in the country.

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Egypt's Other Demonstrations: What is the UN Refugee Agency Doing?

While protests in Tahrir Square have dominated the headlines, demonstrations by refugees and asylum seekers outside the UNHCR office in Cairo have grown in number and been marked by violence.

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