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# Hosni Mubarak

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Former Egyptian president who was ousted in the Arab Spring gets out of jail
Hosni Mubarak served six years in prison.
Hosni Mubarak acquitted over deaths of protesters during Arab Spring revolt
He had ruled the country for 30 years before being ousted.
Hundreds of adults and children 'disappeared and tortured by Egyptian authorities'
A new report shows that hundreds of students, political activists and protesters have vanished.
Nearly 50 killed across Egypt as country marks uprising anniversary
Of the 49 people killed, most died in Cairo and its suburbs — others in Alexandria and Minya. 247 people were injured.
Column: Destroying democracy to save democracy – Egypt’s power struggle
The Egyptian military see the Muslim Brotherhood as a threat to its power base and have co-opted secularists as a public façade for a naked power grab, writes Colm Ó Broin.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Today everyone’s talking about Syria, Chelsea Manning and the Loch Ness Monster’s cousin.
Egypt's ousted leader Hosni Mubarak released from prison
Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi had ordered that Mubarak be put under house arrest after a wave of violence.
Hosni Mubarak to be released from Egyptian prison today
The former president will be held under house arrest, according to reports.
Egypt court orders release of Mubarak
The 85-year-old is awaiting a re-trial on charges arising from the 2011 protests that resulted in his ousting.
Egypt: Liberal opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei picked as new PM
The former UN nuclear watchdog chief is to be sworn in as premier later on Saturday, three days after the army overthrew Morsi.
Retrial of Egypt's Mubarak collapses in chaos
The head judge told the court he would send the case to the Court of Appeal, which will then refer the trial to a new circuit, sending the case back to square one.
Tanks deployed at Egypt presidential palace after clashes
Five demonstrators died overnight as supporters and opponents of president Mohamed Morsi fought outside the presidential palace.
Pics: Clashes as Egyptians take to Tahrir Square in their thousands... again
Egyptian police fired tear gas at protesters camped out in the Cairo square this morning as demonstrations against a power grab by President Mohamed Morsi took place across the country.
Egyptian president branded 'new pharaoh' after assuming new powers
Nationwide protests are expected across the country today as Mohamed Morsi gave himself sweeping new powers yesterday.
Egyptian revolutionary: why online activism can work
Wael Ghonim tells Irish audience how he applied digital marketing strategies to Facebook campaign that helped spark uprising in Egypt last year.
Egypt: Militants attack gas pipeline
Militants have blown up a gas pipeline in the country’s Sinai Peninsula that used to transport fuel to Israel – the 15th such attack since last year’s popular uprising that ousted longtime leader Hosni Mubarak.
New Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi promises to be 'leader for all Egyptians'
The Muslim Brotherhood candidate is the country’s first Islamist leader, but has pledged to try and build national unity.
And the winner of the Egyptian presidential election is...
The result of the presidential election was finally announced this afternoon.
Egypt's presidential election results due tomorrow
Tensions are high as the country awaits confirmation of its first new president in three decades.
Egypt: Officials delay announcing election winner
Political tensions have been sent soaring in Egypt as officials postpone declaring the winner of the country’s first new presidential elections in three decades.
Egypt: State media reports Hosni Mubarak to be 'clinically dead'
The State-run MENA says the 84-year-old former President’s heart has “stopped beating” and will not respond to defibrillation.
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood claim election win as army accused of 'coup'
Mohammed Mursi has claimed victory in the presidential election but the sweeping powers that the military have given themselves may render him toothless.
Egypt worried as parliament dissolved, elections begin
Many voters are stuck between a rock and a hard place as they go to the polls today.
Egypt: Supreme Court's call for parliament dissolution sparks outcry
Activists accused the military of a ‘soft coup’ after a court decision also paved the way for a former ally of the deposed president Hosni Mubarak to run in the presidential run-off this weekend.
Mubarak slipping in and out of consciousness as condition worsens
The former Egyptian president’s health is reported to have rapidly deteriorated since his trial.
Crowds gather in Egypt's Tahrir Square as protests continue
Demonstrations in the aftermath of the trial of former president Hosni Mubarak continued today as the ex-dictator’s health was reported to have deteriorated further.
Protests in Tahrir Square continue after verdicts in Mubarak trial
The verdict in the trial of the country’s former president has sparked nationwide outrage after six of his security chiefs where acquitted.
Hosni Mubarak sentenced to life in jail – but immediately vows to appeal
Hosni Mubarak, 84, will spend the rest of his life in jail for conspiring to kill those who demonstrated against him.
Brotherhood claims lead as Egypt vote count begins
None of the five prominent candidates are expected to win outright in the first round, with a run-off between the two leading contenders expected to be held June 16-17.
Egypt goes to the polls in first post-Mubarak election
Millions of Egyptians have been queuing to vote today, less than two weeks before Mubarak is due to be sentenced.
Suleiman will not "reinvent" old regime in Egypt
Hosni Mubarak’s former vice president and spy chief, Omar Suleiman, said he would not reinvent his mentor’s regime if elected president of Egypt.
Egypt's military investigates activists including ex-Google executive
A dozen leading activists are being accused of inciting hatred against the military and trying to overthrow the government.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Your evening round-up of the day’s biggest stories – plus the bits and pieces you may have missed.
One year on: what has the Arab Spring changed?’s guide to how what has changed (or not) in Bahrain, Syria, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Tunisia since the uprisings.
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 holds third and final round of voting in first post-Mubarak elections
Islamist parties are expected to consolidate their gains from the first two rounds and win the majority in the 498-seat lower house.
Mubarak trial resumes - amid speculation charges could be dropped
The trial of the former Egyptian president may be abandoned, after policemen were acquitted of similar charges.
Gaddafi, KJI, Mubarak and Ben Ali: why 2011 was a bad year for dictators
And who might be under threat in 2012…