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About Mohammad Hosni Mubarak

Mohammad Hosni Mubarak is the former President of Egypt.

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As President of Egypt

Visit to India

Mohammad Hosni Mubarak was on a 4-day visit to India to give momentum to the strategic and economic ties between India and Egypt.

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Mohammed Morsi awards state honor medals to top military commanders
Both Hussein Tantawi and Sami Anna were asked to leave their posts by the President earlier

30 million Indonesians begin Ramadan fast
Indonesian Muslims owing allegiance to Muhammadiyah group begin fasting on Friday

Mubarak's aide and former Egyptian Vice-President Omar Suleiman dies in US
Suleiman died while undergoing a medical check-up in a Cleveland hospital

Former President Hosni Mubarak asked to return to prison
An Egyptian public prosecutor ordered Mubarak to return to prison as his health condition improved

Muabark's health worsens following Brotherhood's win in Egypt
Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's health has further worsened, medical officials have said.

Defeated presidential candidate Shafiq 'leaves Egypt for UAE'
Ahmed Shafiq, who lost out to Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi in Egypt's presidential elections, has left the country shortly after law suits were filed against him, claiming he had been involved in corruption.

Defeated Egyptian presidential candidate calls Islamist Morsi 'ghost without authority'
Former Egyptian presidential candidate Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh has said that new Islamist President Mohammed Morsi is a 'ghost without the will or authority of a real president.'

Iraqi president congratulates Egypt's Morsi on election win
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani sent a letter of congratulation to Egypt's president-elect, Mohammed Morsi, for his victory and vowed to enhance ties between the two countries, the presidency website said Monday.

Conflict over presidential powers to remain between Egypt military and Brotherhood: Experts
The conflict between the Egypt's military force and political wing Muslim Brotherhood will remain as the presidential powers are apparently seized by the generals, expert have warned.

Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi vows to be 'President for all Egyptians'
Muslim Brotherhood's candidate, Mohammed Morsi, who has been declared Egypt's first democratically elected President, has pledged to be a leader for all Egyptians and to unite the nation.

Egypt's presidential election results delayed furthering fears of coup
Egypt has delayed the result of country's presidential run-off, raising fears that the army could mount a coup to prevent the formation of a democratically elected government.ccording to The Telegraph, the President Election Commission needs more time to review complaints by contesting candidates, which would delay the results.

Mubarak taken off life support, but remains in coma
Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak is in critical condition, but has been taken off life support after being thought close to death, according to a report.

Egyptian officials deny Mubarak 'clinically dead' after suffering stroke in prison
Egyptian officials have denied reports that ousted President Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead after he suffered a stroke and slipped out of consciousness at a Cairo prison hospital in.

Egypt's military bagging sweeping powers branded 'grave setback for democracy, revolution'
Egypt's ruling military has reportedly issued a declaration that grants itself sweeping powers, including legislative control.

'Revolutionary spirit' all but dead ahead of presidential elections in Egypt
As Egyptians prepare to vote in the country's first ever presidential elections post the Mubarak era, the revolutionary spirit seems to be missing amongst its citizens, following a Supreme Constitutional Court that ordered the dissolution of Egypt's parliament.

Nobel laureate ElBaradei warns Egypt 'on brink of creating new emperor'
Egyptian reformist leader Mohamed ElBaradei has warned that Cairo is currently suffering under worse conditions than the era of ousted dictator Hosni Mubarak and is on the brink of creating a 'new emperor'.

U.S. defense chief calls Egypt's military leader for continued political transition
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Friday called Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, leader of Egypt's ruling military council, to urge for a continued political transition in the country.

Muslim Brotherhood warns of 'dangerous' days ahead for Egypt following SC ruling
The fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood has warned that Egypt's fragile democratic achievements is under threat, following a Supreme Court ruling that last year's parliamentary elections were unconstitutional.

Amnesty orders Egyptian authorities to investigate Tahir Square's mob attack on women
Amnesty International has asked Egyptian authorities to probe alleged sexual assaults on women protesters during a rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday.

Ailing ex-Egyptian President Mubarak 'slipping in and out of consciousness'
Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's health has deteriorated further.

Islamist parties' threat to ban alcohol, bikinis can hamper Egypt's tourism
The popularity of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, which is expected to win a majority in Egypt's new parliament, has left the country's tourist industry fearing, as they have threatened a crackdown on alcohol and bikinis.

Egypt's Islamists sweep second round of parliamentary elections
Egypt's two main Islamist parties have won aajority of the votes in the second phase of parliamentary elections.

Egypt based terror group aims to fulfill Bin Laden's oath
A new Egypt-based terror group has announced itself online with the aim of "fulfilling the oath" of Osama bin Laden, according to jihadi monitors.

Egypt's treatment of women protestors 'a disgrace': Clinton
US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has accused Egyptian authorities of failing the country's women since the revolution to ouster president Hosni Mubarak began, and denounced the stripping and beating of a female protester as "shocking" and a "disgrace".

Berlusconi's 'Ruby the Heart-Stealer' gives birth to baby girl
The Moroccan woman at the centre of a sex scandal involving former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly given birth to a baby girl fathered by a nightclub owner more than twice her age.

Berlusconi thought Ruby the Heart Stealer was Mubarak's granddaughter
Silvio Berlusconi helped Karima el Mahroug, a nightclub dancer dubbed Ruby The Heart Stealer, released from a theft charge in May 2010 because he believed her when she told him she was the granddaughter of the then Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, a court in Milan has heard.

Egypt's Islamist forces set to win first phase of parliamentary elections
Islamist forces will likely win Egypt's first phase of parliamentary elections, after capturing 60 percent of votes.

Female 'guests' at Berlusconi's 'bunga bunga' parties were 'prostitutes'
The female guests invited at Silvio Berlusconi's parties were prostitutes, a court heard on Friday.

Twitter's best tweets of 2011
Over 100 million people around the world log in to Twitter every day to tweet about everything from their daily commutes to the meals they eat, but many have used the social networking tool this year to share important events with people who could be thousands of miles away.

Egypt's ultraconservative Islamists set to enforce Sharia law after election victory
Egypt's ultraconservative Islamist party is set to push for strict Sharia laws in the nation after claiming surprisingly strong gains in this week's initial round of election.

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