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AFRICANGLOBE - Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has won Egypt's presidential elections by a huge majority, the country's election commission has said. The former military chief, who last July overthrew Egypt's first democratically elected president, Mohammed Morsi, won 96.91 of legal votes cast in last week's election.
AFRICANGLOBE - As rhetorical battles raged last month, with analysts providing doomsday forecasts of an imminent water war, it was hightime someone poured a few gallons of realism on the Egypt-Ethiopia River Nile affair.
AFRICANGLOBE - A threat by Egypt's army to seize power if politicians fail to quell unrest caused by religious tensions has frightened both the government and opposition supporters.
AFRICANGLOBE - Tourist workers and others are furious over the appointment of al Khayet by Mohammed Mursi, who hails from Gamaa Islamiya, the group accused of carrying out the grisly massacre in Luxor in 1997 of four Egyptians and 58 foreign tourists - including a five-year-old boy.
AFRICANGLOBE - For the past few weeks Egyptian society and media have been hysterical over Ethiopia’s construction of its Renaissance Dam. The public was suddenly bombarded with the notion that Ethiopia will turn off the water faucet on Egypt
AFRICANGLOBE - Egypt was facing renewed political tensions on Thursday after three leading opposition figures, including a former head of the UN's nuclear watchdog, were placed under investigation for allegedly plotting to topple Mohammed Morsi, the Islamist president.
AFRICANGLOBE - About 33 percent of all eligible voters cast their vote in Egypt's constitution referendum, head of the commission overseeing the referendum Judge Samir Abul Maati said on Tuesday.
AFRICANGLOBE - Thousands of Egyptians massed in Cairo Tuesday for a march to the presidential palace to protest the assumption by the nation’s Islamist...
AFRICANGLOBE - An influential group of Egyptian judges says it will not oversee a December 15 referendum on a new constitution, a move that...