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Egypt’s military to warn against “chaos and disorder” – Reuters UK

The Hindu Egypt's military to warn against "chaos and disorder"Reuters UKCAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt's new military rulers will issue a warning against anyone who creates "chaos and disorder," an army source said Sunday.EGYPT: MILITARY COUNCIL TO INTRODUCE BAN ON STRIKESAgenzia Giornalistica ItaliaEgypt's military rulers dissolve parliament, suspend constitutionSifyEgypt's new era: 'Upbeat mood' in Tahrir SquareBBC NewsLos Angeles Times –Washington Post –BBC News –Ynetnewsall 27,445 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Egypt economy solid, no change in governance–PM – Reuters Africa

The Hindu Egypt economy solid, no change in governance–PMReuters AfricaCAIRO, Feb 13 (Reuters) – The prime minister, charged with running domestic affairs by Egypt's new military rulers, said on Sunday the economy was solid and the country was being governed in the same way as under ousted President Hosni Mubarak. …Gulf Stocks Gain On Egypt Mubarak Departure; Growth Hopes ReturnWall Street JournalMilitary must create stable governmentThe AustralianEgypt's PM Says Top Priority is Restoring Security After Mubarak OusterVoice of AmericaEconomic Times –TIME –Financial Timesall 27,789 news articles » Top Stories – Google News

Cameron Denies UK Volunteer Initiative Is a Cover for Cuts – Bloomberg

BBC News (blog) Cameron Denies UK Volunteer Initiative Is a Cover for CutsBloombergUK Prime Minister David Cameron denied his vision of a “Big Society” was a cover for government spending …Why David's Big Whatnot is just a cover-up for those cutsBelfast TelegraphCameron defends Big Society ideaBBC NewsDavid Cameron to rescue 'big society' with extra cashThe GuardianTelegraph.co.uk –Independent –The Guardian (blog) –BBC News (blog)all 301 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Steinbrueck says not interested in ECB’s top job (Reuters)

Reuters – Former German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said on Sunday he was not interested in being a candidate to lead the European Central Bank because he shares the same views as outgoing Bundesbank president Axel Weber. Yahoo! News: Business News

Gulf Stocks Gain On Egypt Mubarak Departure; Growth Hopes Return – Wall Street Journal

Fox News Gulf Stocks Gain On Egypt Mubarak Departure; Growth Hopes ReturnWall Street JournalDUBAI (Zawya Dow Jones)–Stocks in the Persian Gulf region rose modestly Sunday as investors gave a thumbs up to the resignation of Egypt's president amid hopes that improved political stability in the region will boost economic growth. …Egyptian Troops Scuffle With Tahrir Square Protesters, Remove TentsVoice of AmericaYouthful revolutionaries hang on in Egypt's TahrirReuters AfricaAs Protesters Clean Up Tahrir Square, Egypt's Future Remains UnclearTIMESydney Morning Herald –The Australian –Ynetnewsall 27,145 news articles » Top Stories – Google News

Egyptian soldiers are seen in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, as people camping out in … – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

The Hindu Egyptian soldiers are seen in Cairo's Tahrir Square, as people camping out in …RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyTraffic flowed around Tahrir Square for the first time since protests began there last month. It was a sign normal life is returning to Cairo as soldiers …Egypt military faces resistance in restoring orderNewsday (subscription)High hopes for democracy but the army is in controlIndependentHundreds of protesters remain in Cairo's Tahrir squareSifyJerusalem Post –Los Angeles Times –Jamaica Gleaner –Washington Postall 26,814 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Churches Could Host Gay ‘Marriages’ – Sky News

Daily Mail Churches Could Host Gay 'Marriages'Sky NewsSame sex couples could soon have the option of marrying in a church if proposals are approved by the House of Commons. To view this content you need Flash and Javascript enabled in your browser. Please download Flash from the Adobe download website. …Gay church marriages get go-aheadBBC NewsGay and lesbian couples will get right to marry in churchDaily MailLib Dems 'in gay marriage win'Politics.co.ukIndependent –Telegraph.co.uk –The Guardianall 165 news articles » Top Stories – Google News