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El-Baradei was 'too soft on Tehran', says WikiLeaks cable
Former International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed El-Baradei, now a key leader of the Egyptian opposition, was seen by both the United States and Israel as being too soft on Iran and becoming "part of the problem" in the Middle East, diplomatic cables leaked by the whistle blowing web site WikiLeaks have revealed.

Egypt panel 'to study constitutional reform'
Egypt's government and opposition have reportedly agreed to set up a committee to study constitutional reform to put the country on a path toward greater democracy.

Muslim Brotherhood joins opposition-Egypt Government talks
Egypt's largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, joined talks with Egyptian Vice-President Omar Suleiman on Sunday in an attempt to end the country's political crisis.

Arab League chief Moussa may lead post-Mubarak Egypt
Former Egyptian Foreign Minister and Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa has emerged as a potential compromise figure to lead the country's potentially dangerous transition.

Ex-IAEA chief El Baradei to represent unified opposition in talks with Mubarak regime
Former International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed El Mubarak would represent a loosely unified opposition in talks with the military-backed regime of President Hosni Mubarak.

Young Egyptian political organizers leading Old Guard in anti-government protests: NYT
In the midst of the ongoing unrest in Egypt, an informal clique of Internet-savvy young political organizers could become the effective leaders of a decades-old opposition movement previously dominated by figures more than twice their age.

Civilian unrest spreads to Yemen, shakes Mid-East region
The civilian unrest that began in the North African republic of Tunisia, has now spread to Yemen, one of the Middle East's most impoverished countries, after engulfing Egypt.

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