Keeping up with the Jones! The multimillionaire neighbours who own the world"s most expensive apartments in London

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Fears of further violence in Egypt after opposition claims widespread fraud in referendum that approved Islamist-backed constitution

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Egypt protests: Courts in crisis as judges strike over "psychological assassination"

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Egypts courts in crisis as judges strike over psychological assassination and Morsis supporters block officials from entering courthouse

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