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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood said that its candidate Mohamad Mursi would go on the presidential run-off against Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, Ahmed Shafiq in the June 16-17 vote. According to Egyptian state television,
Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq paid tribute Saturday to the "glorious revolution" that toppled Hosni Mubarak, a dramatic turn-around for the former regime official who fought his way into the runoff elections by appealing to public
The Muslim Brotherhood's candidate and a veteran of ousted leader Hosni Mubarak's autocratic regime will face each other in a runoff election for Egypt's president, according to first-round results Friday. The divisive showdown dismayed many
Japan Nuclear Meltdown Released 2.5-Times More Radiation Than Reported The owner of Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant has admitted the amount of radioactive materials released in the first days of the nuclear disaster was almost two-and-
Egypt (AP) — For Egypt's most conservative Islamists, the country's first competitive presidential election has been a test of their political savvy as they try to plant the seeds for turning the country into an Islamic state.
On Friday, Egypt's Brotherhood said its candidate, Mohamed Mursi, was ahead of the pack of 13 candidates. According to the Associated Press, Mursi is in the lead with more than 2.7 million votes, while former Prime Minister Ahmed
Nat Frank Initial results from Egypt's presidential election are not expected before Saturday, but observers are already hazarding guesses over who might emerge to lead the most populous Arab state through its rocky transition to democracy. Voting
The Muslim Brotherhood quickly staked a claim Thursday for its candidate to advance to a runoff vote, saying its exit polls showed him leading in Egypt's landmark presidential election to succeed ousted leader Hosni Mubarak. As
The Muslim Brotherhood said Thursday that its candidate was leading in exit polls from Egypt's landmark presidential election, as official counting began after two days of voting to choose a successor to ousted leader Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt's wide-open presidential election, which was in its second day of voting Thursday, is showing how deeply polarized the nation has become, with backers of rival Islamists and former regime figures each vowing they cannot let the other rule. The