Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson International correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson is based in Berlin and covers Central Europe for NPR. Her reports can be heard on NPR's award-winning programs including Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

Sobhi Saleh (right), a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood and a candidate for parliament, speaks to voters at a polling station in Alexandria, Egypt, on Monday. The Brotherhood is expected to make a strong showing in the polls. Tarek Fawzy/AP hide caption

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In Egypt's Vote, Islamists Expect Strong Showing

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Throngs Of Voters Cast Ballots In Alexandria

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Mubarak's Party Haunts Egyptian Elections

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Egyptian Protesters Plan To March Through Cairo

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Egyptian Protesters Again Converge On Tahrir Square

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Analysts: Fate Of Egyptian Revolution At Stake

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Egypt Protest Attracts Islamists, Secular Activists

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Thousands of anti-government protesters in Yemen demonstrate against President Ali Abdullah Saleh last month. Saudi Arabia wants Saleh to step down, but also worries that his departure could lead to chaos.

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Saudi Arabia's Delicate Dance On The Fate Of Yemen

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Ali Madaan, 45, is one of the Bedouin guards protecting the al-Midan station in Egypt's northern Sinai. The natural gas pipeline there has come under repeated attacks.

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Libyan Arms Flow Into Egypt Across Northern Sinai

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Saudi Woman's Driving Violation Spurs Controversy

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Egyptian demonstrators protest against the emergency law in front of the Interior Ministry in Cairo on Friday. The country's military rulers announced last week that the Hosni Mubarak-era measure would remain in effect until at least next June. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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In Egypt, Mubarak-Era Emergency Law To Stay

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Tourist guides sit on camels as they wait for clients next to the Giza pyramids on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, June 23. Tourism in Egypt has dropped 35 percent overall in the first half of this year compared with the same period in 2010. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Egypt's Political Turmoil Drives Foreign Tourists Away

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Egypt To Stop Trying Civilians In Military Court

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Witnesses Fail To Link Mubarak To Killings

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Scuffles Interrupt Mubarak Trial

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