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  • Egypt's vote on new constitution is far from clear-cut

    CAIRO — The question on the ballot is straightforward: yes or no to a new constitution. But Egypt's military-backed government has a far more ambitious agenda for a nationwide referendum beginning Tuesday. In power for just over six months, the...
  • Egypt votes on new constitution; Muslim Brotherhood urges boycott

    CAIRO -- Amid heavy security, Egyptians went to the polls Tuesday to vote on a new constitution -- the first major step in what the military-led government calls a path to democracy. In some locales, long lines of voters had already formed when...
  • Clashes mar vote on Egypt's proposed constitution; 11 killed

    Clashes mar vote on Egypt's proposed constitution; 11 killed
    CAIRO -- Until the early-morning explosion that jolted his wife and children from their beds, Waleed Abdel Salem hadn’t even planned to vote in Egypt’s constitutional referendum. But by midmorning  Tuesday, the first of two days of voting,...
  • Egyptian authorities claim high turnout in vote on constitution

    CAIRO -- Egyptians went to the polls Wednesday for a second and final day of balloting on a new constitution, with authorities claiming initial indications of a strong turnout they held up as proof voters had rejected a boycott call by the Muslim...
  • Three years after revolution, Tunisians have cause to celebrate

    Three years after revolution, Tunisians have cause to celebrate
    It seems the "Arab Spring," which toppled long-ruling autocrats only to expose simmering religious and sectarian conflicts in the region, did succeed in bringing renewal to one of the countries it swept through three years ago. Tunisia, where the...
  • Early tallies point to a big 'yes' vote on Egypt's constitution

    Early tallies point to a big 'yes' vote on Egypt's constitution
    CAIRO -- Unofficial results Thursday indicated that Egypt’s new constitution was approved by about 98% of voters, a lopsided margin reminiscent of elections that were held prior to the uprising against Hosni Mubarak three years ago. The military-...
  • Egypt's referendum appears to be big winner amid light turnout

    Egypt's referendum appears to be big winner amid light turnout
    CAIRO -- In a lopsided margin reminiscent of elections held during ex-dictator Hosni Mubarak’s decades of rule, unofficial results on Thursday indicated that Egypt’s new constitution was approved by nearly 98% of voters. The military-...
  • REVIEW: 'The Square' ★★★★

    REVIEW: 'The Square' ★★★&#9733
    "The Square" bears witness to history in an articulate, thoughtful and intensely dramatic way. A compelling inside look at the cascading series of revolutions and counterrevolutions that have shaken Egypt since the beginning of 2011, it wouldn't exist...
  • Official results: New Egyptian constitution approved by more than 98%

    CAIRO -- More than 98% of Egyptians voted in favor of a new constitution heavily promoted by Egypt’s military-backed government, according to final official results released Saturday. Results of the referendum held Tuesday and Wednesday were...
  • Official results in Egypt: 98.1% approve constitution

    Official results in Egypt: 98.1% approve constitution
    CAIRO — Setting the stage for a potential presidential run by the country's military chief, Egyptian election authorities declared Saturday that more than 90% of voters had approved a new constitution, according to final official results....
  • Egyptian government opens new court cases against Morsi, others

    CAIRO -- In a blunt new assertion of prosecutorial powers, Egyptian officials said Sunday that two dozen figures from across the political spectrum -- deposed president Mohamed Morsi among them -- would stand trial for insulting the judiciary. The move,...