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In Egypt, It’s Beginning To Look Like 2011 All Over Again

[credit provider=”Twitter/@Almayadeennews” url=”https://twitter.com/Almayadeennews/status/273495471220207617″] CAIRO, Egypt — Tens of thousands of Egyptians poured into Cairo’s Tahrir Square Friday in the latest protests against newly-elected Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi.At one of the largest protests yet against Morsi’s five-month rule, demonstrators in the iconic plaza waved anti-Brotherhood signs and chanted against the leader, who […]
In Egypt, It’s Beginning To Look Like 2011 All Over Again
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Egypt’s Upcoming Elections May Not Turn Out How Many Had Hoped

[credit provider=”Justimage” url=”http://www.yfrog.com/froggy.php?username=justimage”] The Egyptian presidential campaigns, the first since the departure of Hosni Mubarak, have seen enough twists and turns to fill a book. 20-two people have submitted nominations so far, AFP reports, six of which were submitted just before the deadline. What’s more, some of them may not […]
Egypt’s Upcoming Elections May Not Turn Out How Many Had Hoped
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Egypt Stocks Dive After Soccer Riots Leave 74 Dead

[credit provider=”AP Images” url=”http://www.apimages.com/secured_user/Download.aspx?st=dl&attemptedDL=1&errors=&impid=&hash=LnP8hAgp8jlXV1pWg9hed9L%252bsxwFJb8FohdJoDJ07RyJ%252fQQlHx01BJa4UUZqxrUpoLEERSsIVzy%252bxfNe64XK7g%253d%253d”] CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s benchmark stock index has fallen by almost 4.6 per cent within minutes of the start of trade as deadly soccer riots the night before left 74 dead and rekindled fears of fresh instability, a year after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak.The benchmark […]
Egypt Stocks Dive After Soccer Riots Leave 74 Dead
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Weekend Reading: Thinking Ahead

If it’s Friday, it’s time for your weekend reading memo from Business Insider Politics.  We’re heavy this week on Middle Eastern and Pakistan analysis, for obvious reasons.  Plus the white paper that changed how everyone thought about state and municipal debt.  Plus a 60-page book on evolution. *
Weekend Reading: Thinking Ahead