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June 27, 2007 | Jeffrey Fleishman, Times Staff Writer
A contemptuous editor hemmed in by only his suspenders, Ibrahim Issa has been sued more than once for "humiliating the president." It's a distinction he rather likes, given that over the last two years he's written 84 unflattering columns about Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak. "I'm either with my lawyer or in the office of the prosecutor-general," said Issa, whose newspaper, Al Dustour, is tangled in 14 lawsuits, most of them filed by supporters of the president.
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February 5, 2011 | By Timothy M. Phelps, Ned Parker, Laura King, Jeffrey Fleishman and Paul Richter, Los Angeles Times
The top leadership of Egypt's governing National Democratic Party, which has long been synonymous with corruption and rigged elections, resigned Saturday as the regime struggled to convince the country it was instituting change while still holding onto power. Among those who resigned was President Hosni Mubarak's son Gamal, who was once thought by some Egyptians to be his likely successor. The dismantling of the party's power structure is a dramatic indication of the pressure on Vice President Omar Suleiman to purge the vestiges of Mubarak's power and snip the ambitions of his son. The NDP's secretary-general, Safwat el-Sharif, was replaced by Hossam Badrawy, a doctor and member of parliament who is an advocate for human rights.
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January 26, 2011 | By Jeffrey Fleishman, Los Angeles Times
Thousands of Egyptian protesters inspired by the revolt in Tunisia clashed with police in the largest anti-government demonstrations in years, flying banners and decrying political repression, corruption and unemployment under the three-decade rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Mothers in hijabs and students clad in denim joined protests that flared in Cairo and spread to Alexandria and beyond, chanting "Freedom!" and "Down with Mubarak!" A police officer and two protesters were killed, authorities said.
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June 27, 1995 | CRAIG TURNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak survived an assassination attempt Monday when gunmen ambushed his motorcade as he arrived in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for a summit of African leaders. Although his car was pocked with gunshots, Mubarak, 67, was unhurt. He immediately returned home, where, at an airport news conference, he calmly recounted the machine-gun battle that raged around his bulletproof limousine. "Suddenly I found a blue van blocking the road and somebody jumped to the ground.
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May 10, 2005 | Megan K. Stack, Times Staff Writer
The bespectacled lawmaker marched into his plush office and settled before the television cameras. He grimaced shyly, almost whispering as he tested the microphones. And then, without a pause, Ayman Nour ripped into Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party. The night before, one of Nour's supporters had been killed and about a dozen more wounded when an armed mob ambushed their buses in the Nile Delta countryside, he said.
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August 3, 2011 | From Reuters
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak was wheeled into a courtroom cage in a hospital bed on Wednesday to face trial for killing protesters -- an image that thrilled those who overthrew him and must have chilled other Arab autocrats facing popular uprisings. If convicted, Mubarak could face the death penalty. Judge Ahmed Refaat called for quiet as he opened the trial of the former president, his two sons Alaa and Gamal, former Interior Minister Habib al-Adli and six senior ex-officers. A business executive and Mubarak confidant, Hussein Salem, is being tried in absentia.
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December 25, 2005 | Megan K. Stack, Times Staff Writer
In a verdict that came as a slap to democracy advocates, one of Egypt's most prominent and unflinching opposition politicians was sentenced Saturday to five years in prison on charges of forgery. The imprisonment of Ayman Nour, an outspoken former legislator who recently ran an intense election campaign against longtime President Hosni Mubarak, is widely seen as a means to silence a potential threat to the ruling regime. The verdict drew a swift and forceful rebuke from Washington.
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January 30, 2008 | Noha El-Hennawy, Times Staff Writer
CAIRO -- "Here there is only one law; it is Hatem's law," the voice of a police patrolman echoed across prison cells packed with political activists who dare to protest their illegal detention.
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July 16, 2008 | Jeffrey Fleishman, Times Staff Writer
He appears briefly on TV, not saying much, if anything at all, and then fades into the secrecy and quiet diplomacy that men like him prefer. One day he's in Jerusalem, the next in Gaza, then back to Egypt to whisper in the ear of his boss, President Hosni Mubarak. Omar Suleiman, the head of Egypt's foreign intelligence service, has been at Mubarak's side through triumph and crisis, including a 1995 ambush on the president's motorcade that killed two security officers.
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February 5, 2011 | By Timothy M. Phelps, Jeffrey Fleishman and Laura King, Los Angeles Times
The leadership of Egypt's ruling party resigned Saturday, a purge that would have been beyond Egyptians' imaginations a few short weeks ago but was unlikely to placate a hard-core opposition frustrated by what it sees as costume changes in the government of President Hosni Mubarak. The dismantling of the National Democratic Party's power structure is a dramatic indication of the pressure on new Vice President Omar Suleiman to remove the vestiges of Mubarak's power and snip the ambitions of his son Gamal, a deeply unpopular figure who was among those resigning their posts.
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