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Official source tells Reuters that country’s powerful army chief will keep his post until election issues resolved
Three years out from the revolution that toppled dictator Mubarak, the country is set to elect another strongman
Many wonder why the military, despite being the country's most powerful institution, would want to return to power
Three years after the uprising that brought down Hosni Mubarak, violence surged in the polarized country
Requires three-day notice, government approval, of any gathering over 10 people; imposes new stiff penalties
Judges trying Brotherhood members on incitement of violence charges resign, citing 'uneasiness'
Court adjourns trial on former leader's role in 2011 killings until Oct. 19
Amr Moussa served as former President Mubarak's foreign minister and later as head of the Arab League
Working-class Imbaba fought Mubarak and fought Morsi -- and it's not done fighting
Former president's trial adjourned to September; case against top Muslim Brotherhood leaders postponed until October
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that the Crimea region of Ukraine might already be lost to Russian control