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Stratfor Vice President of Strategic Intelligence Reva Bhalla discusses the Egyptian military’s recent political maneuvering as the country’s presidential election draws near.
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Egypt’s ruling military council might be poised to step in and dissolve Egypt’s constitutional council as tensions come to a head between the Islamist majority and those who feel it has too much power.

This would leave the future of Egypt’s new democracy – and who will draft its new constitution – in an uncertain state.

Al Jazeera’s Mike Hanna reports from Cairo.

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Egypt’s military rulers signed a deal with political parties promising to reform the country’s election and emergency laws. So why isn’t the agreement being welcomed?

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Egypt’s first elected civilian president, Mohamed Morsi, has forcibly resigned a number of senior military staff, marking a turning point in the country’s transition from the old regime of Hosni Mubarak. But what does the move mean for the army and are fears of President Morsi’s increasing powers well-founded? Seb Morton-Clark reports.

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The family of Egypt’s ousted president lashed out at the military on Monday, accusing the generals of kidnapping Mohammed Morsi, who has been detained in an unknown location for nearly three weeks. (July 22)

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Egyptian security forces last week raided the offices of human rights organizations, including several backed by the U.S. government, further straining relations between the countries. Jeffrey Brown discusses ongoing upheaval in Egypt with Georgetown University’s Samer Shehata and The Council on Foreign Relations’ Steven Cook.

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Egypt’s military leaders dissolved parliament and suspended the constitution Sunday, meeting two key demands of protesters who have been keeping up pressure for immediate steps to transition to democratic, civilian rule. (Feb. 13)

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http://www.euronews.net/ Egypt’s uprising against Hosni Mubarak’s has now been documented in an art exhibition at the Pharaonic Village in Cairo.

A fitting venue perhaps given that the country’s former leader was often referred to as ‘Egypt’s last Pharaoh’.

The exhibition includes photos, paintings and drawings of the protests in January last year. It began last week and runs until the end of February.

The Pharaonic Village is hoping the collection of nearly 100 images will bring in more visitors through its doors.

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Tourism is the second most important industry for Egypt after agriculture – one in eight people make a living from it. But the revolution in Egypt has caused a serious downturn in the number of foreign visitors. There is a new desire to involve surrounding communities in the country’s iconic sites. Aljazeera’s Jacky Rowland reports from the Pyramids at Giza.

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