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At least 36 dead as two trains crash head-on in Egypt
The country has a poor record of rail safety.
# Egypt
Egypt detains former president Morsi as five killed in further clashes
The Arab world’s most populous country has been rocked by violence that killed some 200 people since the army ousted Morsi on 3 July.
# Egypt
Egyptian referendum: Pro-Constitution side claims narrow win
The Muslim Brotherhood says the Yes vote won 57-43 in yesterday’s votes, but the referendum is not finished yet.
# Egypt
Divided Egypt votes on new constitution
International watchdogs have expressed reservations about the draft due to loopholes they say could be used to weaken human rights, including those of women, and the independence of the judiciary.
# Egypt
Timeline: One year since Egypt's Arab Spring
Looking back in photos at the main events of the past year which saw Egypt’s president Mubarak forced out of office after 30 years in power.
# Egypt
Egyptian army apologises for civilian deaths, but holds on to power
The ruling military council said they would not be stepping down and insisted today that elections will go ahead as planned.
# Egypt
In pictures: Fifth day of violence rocks Cairo, Alexandria
Crowds continue to press for the immediate transfer of power from the country’s military rulers to an interim civilian council.
# Egypt
Video, photos: Egyptian military leader says election will go ahead as violence continues
Military chief Tantawi said parliamentary elections will go ahead as planned on 28 November, but the protests continue to grow in Tahrir.
# Egypt
Tens of thousands join anti-military protest in Egypt
Frustrated Egyptians are protesting against what they say are attempts by the country’s military to reinforce their powers.
# Suicide Bombing
Suspected suicide bombing kills 21 outside Christian church in Egypt
At least 79 wounded in the explosion, which is now thought to have been caused by a suicide bomber.