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6 February 2011 Last updated at 09:51 ET Cities around the world have witnessed demonstrations in support of the anti-government protest in Egypt Most commentators in the Middle East press seem convinced that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will eventually be ousted - although more likely though talks not force - and are looking to the future.
5 February 2011 Last updated at 14:05 GMT Tahrir Square, one of Cairo's most famous landmarks, looks like a war zone Following the recent days of unrest in Egypt, the BBC's Middle East bureau chief Paul Danahar, who has been following the protests in Cairo day by day, reflects on what he has witnessed. I sat on a smashed up truck used by the anti-government protesters as an observation post.
7 February 2011 Last updated at 12:24 ET The BBC's Jon Leyne in Cairo says crowds of protesters formed a human chain around the Mugamma Attempts to return Egypt to normality after two weeks of deadly anti-government protests have suffered a number of setbacks. While banks have reopened, schools and the stock exchange remain closed, and protesters have prevented the re-opening of a major government building. The Egyptian cabinet has announced a 15% rise in public-sector salaries and pensions, effective from April.
26 June 2012 Last updated at 09:14 GMT The Ikhwan's most frequently used slogan: "Islam is the solution" The historic victory of the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi in Egypt's presidential election marks a revolution for the Islamist movement in the country where it was born and, for decades, banned.