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Assets seized and offices ordered shut as part of crackdown on Palestinian Islamist group
Official source tells Reuters that country’s powerful army chief will keep his post until election issues resolved
Prosecutors accused Morsi and 35 others, including leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, of conspiring with foreign powers
Acquittal comes as ousted Morsi stands trial over Arab Spring prison break
They leave in protest after deposed Egyptian president complained of being kept in soundproof dock to silence him
Three years out from the revolution that toppled dictator Mubarak, the country is set to elect another strongman
Three years after the uprising that brought down Hosni Mubarak, violence surged in the polarized country
Three years after the uprising, some Egyptians say 'if we don't go to the streets, they will kill us anyway'
Explosions shake the Egyptian capital on Friday, killing six and wounding scores
Election body says that 38.6 percent of country's more than 53 million eligible voters took part in two-day polls
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that the Crimea region of Ukraine might already be lost to Russian control