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The beginning of the end in Egypt

Today may well be the beginning of the end to Egypt's 60 years of military rule. The last remnants of the Mubarak regime, in fact, the Nasser regime are facing their most credible true challenge from a population that has known nothing but their control over the last six decades.

The End of an Era in Egypt

Today Egypt reached an incredible milestone in its 18 day revolution. Hosni Mubarak stepped down as the president in Egypt. I can't believe I just typed these words, let me check again. Yes, Mubarak is no longer the president of Egypt.

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The Gaza Conflict - A perspective from the Arab World

What's ahead for Egypt after its army's 5th communiqué

The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces in Egypt today announced that the will disable the constitution and dissolving the People's assembly and Shura Council and the people. It also decided to run the country for six months or until elections are held for a new People's Assembly and Shura Council.

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White Desert: One of Egypt's best kept secrets

When you think of Egypt, it is likely that the sight of the Pyramids in Giza or the Nile streaming through Cairo are the first things that come to mind. Egypt, however, has so many other buried treasures and secrets such as the The White Desert.

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Why Did We Update A Bridge To Egypt ?

You may be wondering, why did we update this site ? How different is this site than the dozens or hundreds of sites with information about Egypt out there ?