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The ousted president, say residents, is bad for business. "We want him to leave," said Ahmed Fahmy, a construction worker who lives here. "He has created a lot of problems and affected tourism...Added Mohamed Nasr, who runs a limousine service: "
The Egyptian judiciary has requested the transfer of former President Hosni Mubarak to the civil hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh in Sinai, to a military hospital where he will go to jail when his condition permits, have announced Friday the state
As the weather heats up in week that bore witness to Hosni Mubarak's sons Alaa' and Gamal being finally imprisoned on serious charges of corruption, and incitement of violence on the protestors
Indefinite hunger strike by Rajasthan Minister of State for Khadi and Village Industries Golma Devi continued on fourth day today to raise issue of corruption and problems of tribals even as doctors advised hospitalisation and medical care to her.
Follow us on National Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa says Indonesia and Egypt have agreed to strengthen democracy in both states by increasing contact. Egypt sees Indonesia as having had the experience of resolving the 1998 political crisis.
Reported and updated from CAIRO, Egypt: Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak went into intensive care in the Red Sea option of Sharm el-Sheikh, before long after suffering a heart attack throughout quizzical by prosecutors on Tuesday,
Apr/14/11 Follow Israel news briefs on and People who were gathered outside the court building in Sharm el-Sheikh tried to lynch Gamal and Ala' Mubarak, sons of former President Hosni Mubarak, the Palestinian Authority-based Maan News Agency reported
CAIRO: Hosni Mubarak was ordered detained for 15 days on Wednesday, winning the ruling army generals a respite from protests by quashing suspicions that they were shielding their former commander from
Health condition of the detained Egyptian president is deteriorating, according to a Gulf News report. Hosni Mubarak, 82, had survived a cardiac arrest yesterday while he was being interrogated by the Egyptian authorities.
Wednesday, Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's former President is still in hospital in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. His health is "unstable," and will still need to stay at the hospital, a medical source said. The former president