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Joy then anger as former Egyptian dictator Mubarak sentenced to life

By Bob Duncan  Egyptian ex-president Hosni Mubarak has been found guilty of complicity in the killing of protesters and sentenced to life imprisonment by...

Mubarak’s party dissolved by Egyptian court

A court in Egypt has decreed that the former ruling party of ousted President Hosni Mubarak should be dissolved. All assets of the National...

Egypt, Blair and the Israel factor

by James Maxwell Tony Blair’s pressing desire to see democracy flourish in the Middle-East seems to have dissipated recently.  In an interview with...

Tahrir Square : calm in the eye of the Egyptian storm

For reasons of safety, Newsnet Scotland has removed the personal details of our reporter. Two weeks on and the ground zero of Egypt's anti-government...

Report from Egyptian ‘no-man’s land’

    For reasons of safety, Newsnet Scotland has removed the personal details of our reporter.   See also: Egypt's Uprising - Battlefield...

A “Muhammad” is coming down from the mountain

by Danny SchechterPolitics hates vacuums.  Political change demands leaders.  And so, it is coming to pass that an NYU Grad (who went to Law...

Egypt’s uprising – battlefield central Cairo

These images have been sent to us from Egypt.  Our reporter, whose details we are withholding for reasons of safety, is currently in place. Read...

Latest from Cairo as violence continues

For reasons of safety, Newsnet Scotland has removed the author's personal details The morning and early afternoon were marked by a tense calm in...

Cairo: Young activists prep for change

Due to events in Egypt Newsnet Scotland has withdrawn the personal details of our reporter from this article   Three flights up in a...