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A Coptic Christian man holds a cross made of flowers during a clash between Christians and Muslims in Cairo in November. Relations are becoming more strained between the two communities, and there has been periodic violence. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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In Egypt, Christian-Muslim Tension Is On The Rise

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Mubarak's Trial Ends, Sentencing Set For June

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In Egypt, End Of Hosni Mubarak Trial Nears

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An Egyptian soldier on an armored vehicle guards an exchange office in Cairo on Monday. Tensions between the U.S. and Egypt are rising over Cairo's investigation of aid workers, many of them American. An Egyptian Cabinet minister, Faiza Aboul Naga, recently accused the U.S. of directly funding pro-democracy groups in order to create chaos in Egypt. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egyptians Harbor Suspicions About U.S. Aid Groups

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A Year After Mubarak Fell, What Has Egypt Achieved?

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Egypt To Try 19 Americans In NGO Dispute

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Egyptians Divide As They Celebrate Together

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Egypt's recently elected Parliament, which is dominated by Islamists, held its first session in Cairo on Monday. The challenges facing the legislature include coming up with a new constitution. Asmaa Waguih/AP hide caption

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In Egypt, Islamists Take Control Of A New Parliament

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Egypt is holding parliamentary elections, but the military remains the most powerful force in the country. Here, election officials take away ballot boxes from a polling station in Cairo on Nov. 29, 2011. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Egypt, Tunisia Try To Turn Elections Into Democracy

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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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