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South Korea: Riding the K-culture wave

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Diving back in: Offering support for French mothers returning to work

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Chaotic post-hurricane relief efforts in Haiti

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

Cash crunch casualties: India's wedding industry suffers from currency changes

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Ivory Coast faces uphill battle against counterfeit medicine

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THE INTERVIEW

The fight for transparency: Democracy put to the test

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ENCORE!

Choreographer Akram Khan: 'The body speaks the truth'

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YOU ARE HERE

Admiring the gardens of tomorrow in France's Loire valley

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FASHION

French fashion legend Pierre Cardin celebrates 70 years of design

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Latest update 21/11/2013

Egypt after Mubarak

After an 18-day revolution that forced president Hosni Mubarak from power, a military council is guiding Egypt through a “peaceful transition” that has already included a referendum-approved package of constitutional amendments. Military leaders have announced that presidential elections will be held in November, leaving the country’s emerging political groups only a few months to organise ahead of the much-awaited poll.

Background
Interactive: turmoil in the Arab world

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Portrait: Egypt's Hosni Mubarak and his 30-year rule

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Ben Ali’s fortune and the Mubarak network: A misleading parallel

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Expert details scenarios that could play out for Egypt as crisis continues

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World leaders condemn attacks on journalists

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US and Egypt discuss Mubarak resignation

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Google, Facebook and Twitter speak out against Egypt's Internet ban

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Egyptians find loophole to government web blackout

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Is regime change in Egypt a threat to Israel?

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Top dissident ElBaradei says President Mubarak must go

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