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The Daily Star Egypt's reformist judges must have felt vindicated with the fall of the Mubarak regime. After years of boldly calling for judicial reform often at their own peril many of them are now among those called upon to build a new political
The Daily Star Egypt's first-ever freely elected president, the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammad Mursi, has appointed his first Cabinet, and guess what?...But it also reflects the strategy of the Muslim Brotherhood to shift that balance...Five
The Daily Star Egypt's Coptic Pope Shenouda III attends an Easter service in the main cathedral in Cairo in this April 23, 2011 file photo. Copts in Egypt, Lebanon and around the world are mourning the death of Shenouda III, the spiritual leader of
The Daily Star Egypt's new Parliament is taking seat amid ongoing protests on the streets, deteriorating relations with the United States over impending trial of NGO workers and threats that the U.S. might review $1.3 billion in Egyptian military aid.
Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister said he was running for Egypt's presidency because he had the experience to keep good ties with the generals and ensure a smooth handover to civilian rule. Ahmed Shafiq, 71, an ex-military commander who was civil
The Daily Star Egypt's fate has had the world riveted in recent days to newspapers and televisions, as the unfolding consequences of Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution seem to portend a wave like the liberal revolutions of 1848 for the Arab world. Amateur
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, gunned down by Islamists at a military parade in Cairo 30 years ago on Thursday, left a political legacy that survived largely unscathed in the long reign of his successor, Hosni Mubarak. His peace treaty with Israel