Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said that the government avoids taking a position in the Egyptian crisis, adding they would avoid "passing judgement on the issue."
Argentina’s Foreign Ministry released a communiqué after Hosni Mubarak’s resignation as Egypt’s President which stated the Argentine people wished that the Egyptians can have a peaceful and tranquil transition to democracy based in human rights.
Egypt's deposed leader Hosni Mubarak, who is serving a life sentence for his role in killing protesters during a 2011 revolt, will stay in an army hospital for at least two weeks after his health deteriorated, his lawyer said.
Seven people were shot dead in the Egyptian city of Suez during nationwide protests against President Mohamed Mursi today, underlining the country's deep divisions on the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
Allegations of fraud delayed the result of Egypt's presidential election today, fraying nerves as the Muslim Brotherhood, which claims victory, called for street protests against moves by the ruling generals to deny them power.
Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was sent back to prison today on the orders of the public prosecutor who ruled an improvement in his health meant he no longer needed the care of the military hospital he was moved to last month.
Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian strongman ousted last year after 30 years in power, was moved to an army hospital from a prison hospital today following a fall that raised fresh concerns about his fragile health.
Egyptians demonstrated throughout the night in Cairo's central Tahrir Square and other cities, enraged that a court had spared deposed leader Hosni Mubarak his life over the killing of protesters in the uprising that ended his three-decade rule.
Deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's health is "very critical" and the 84-year-old should be urgently moved to a hospital from the ill-equipped prison facility he is being held in, his lawyer said on today.
Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was moved from prison to a military hospital after a health crisis, officials said.
A bid for power by Hosni Mubarak's former intelligence chief is an insult to Egypt's revolution that, if successful, would trigger a second nationwide revolt, the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate for Egypt's presidency said.
Eleven people were killed in Cairo, medics said, when armed men attacked protesters demanding an end to army rule, prompting several candidates to suspend presidential campaigns and heightening doubts on the transition to democracy.
The Muslim Brotherhood said its candidate was leading the early count in Egypt's first free presidential election that exposed a rift in the nation between supporters of Islamists and backers of men who served deposed autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
Egyptian prosecutors have demanded the death sentence for former president Hosni Mubarak and other defendants including the former interior minister for their role in the killing of protesters in the uprising that swept him from power.
Thousands of Egyptians gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square today to mark the first anniversary of the revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak with some seeking a new revolt against army rule and others celebrating the changes already achieved.
A civilian council that advises Egypt's ruling army will consider a proposal to hold a presidential election earlier than a June deadline, council members said, a move that could speed up the transition of power to civilians.
At least 2,000 people rallied in Cairo in a show of unity between Muslims and Christians and to express anger at the ruling military council after 25 people died when a protest by Coptic Christians led to clashes with the army.
The trial of Egypt's ousted President Hosni Mubarak, which was due to resume on Sunday, will be postponed until a decision is made on whether to change the panel presiding over the case, lawyers said today.
Former members of the party that ruled Egypt for more than 30 years found pockets of support in the first parliamentary election since a popular uprising in January, but many voters said they knew who they were and would give them a wide berth.
The judge trying Egypt's Hosni Mubarak said that the court would reconvene to hear the case of the former president on Aug. 15 and said the fallen leader would be moved from a hospital on the Red Sea to one near Cairo.
Police officers testifying at the trial of Hosni Mubarak said they were not aware of orders to shoot at protesters, as scuffles erupted inside and outside the courtroom between supporters and opponents of the ousted Egyptian president.
An Egyptian court trying ousted President Hosni Mubarak over the killing of protesters convened today to hear more testimonies after police witnesses suggested this week that neither he nor his interior minister gave orders to shoot.
Police in Cairo fired tear gas at hundreds of stone-throwing Egyptian youths after a night of clashes that injured more than 1,000 people, the worst violence in the capital in several weeks.
Egyptian activists vowed on Sunday to stay camped in Cairo's Tahrir Square, accusing the army rulers of failing to sweep out corruption, end the use of military courts and swiftly try those who killed protesters.
Muammar Gaddafi criticised the popular uprising in neighbouring Egypt that forced Hosni Mubarak from power this year as the Libyan leader battles rebels who have claimed swathes of the country.
An Egyptian administrative court fined ousted President Hosni Mubarak and two former officials 540 million Egyptian pounds (US$91 million) for cutting off mobile and internet services during protests in January.
Egypt's public prosecutor said that ousted President Hosni Mubarak was in no condition to be transferred to a prison hospital and would remain in a health facility in a Red Sea resort for the time being.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, overthrown by a popular uprising this year, was ordered on Wednesday to stand trial in August for the killing of protesters on charges that could carry the death penalty.
Hotel worker Meena George rejoiced when a popular revolt ousted Egypt's autocratic president, but since the tourists have stopped coming, his joy has given way to fear and desperation.
Egypt's public prosecutor has extended the detention of former president Hosni Mubarak by 15 days, a judicial source said. Mubarak is being questioned as part of investigations into the killing of protesters and embezzlement of public funds.
Egypt referred Hosni Mubarak to court over the killing of protesters and other charges, defying speculation that the former president would be spared public humiliation by the country's new military rulers.
Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak will be moved to a military hospital until he is well enough to face interrogation in a corruption investigation, the prosecutor said, as the army rulers seek to show they are serious about putting him on trial.
An Egyptian court today ordered the dissolution of the political party of former President Hosni Mubarak, one of the demands of the protesters who ended his 30-year rule.
Egypt put two former top ministers on trial, widening a crackdown on graft as the ruling generals seek to show their seriousness about ending the corruption that led to President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
More than 1,000 protesters ignored an army order to leave Cairo's main square, extending into a third day their calls for a quick move to civilian rule and a deeper purge of corrupt officials
Hosni Mubarak was in hospital after suffering heart problems under questioning, following protests by hard-core reformists who said he was being protected from prosecution by Egypt's military rulers.
Egypt ordered ousted President Hosni Mubarak detained for 15 days for questioning into accusations he abused power during his 30-year rule, embezzled funds and had protesters killed.
Egypt's new military rulers dissolved parliament and suspended the constitution but said they would govern only until elections to replace ousted president Hosni Mubarak, possibly in six months.
From New York to London, Egyptian expatriates joined their countrymen in celebrating the fall of President Hosni Mubarak. Hundreds gathered for a global solidarity demonstration in London's Trafalgar Square to celebrate Egypt's victory.
Egypt's military delivered an ultimatum to dozens of committed protesters in Tahrir Square to leave and let life return to normal or face arrest.
World leaders hailed Hosni Mubarak's decision to step down as Egyptian president after 30 years in power, saying they shared the joy of Egyptians and hoped the transition to democracy would be peaceful.
Switzerland has frozen assets possibly belonging to Hosni Mubarak, who stepped down as president of Egypt Friday after 30 years of rule, a spokesman for the foreign ministry said.
US President Barack Obama said Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's statement that he would hand over power to his vice president was not enough to meet the demands of protesters clamouring for democratic change.
Hosni Mubarak stepped down as Egypt's president, handing over to the army and ending three decades of autocratic rule, bowing to escalating pressure from the military and protesters demanding that he go.
An outbreak of strikes by Egyptian workers, emboldened by more than two weeks of anti-government protests, is compounding the challenge to President Hosni Mubarak as he confronts a mass movement determined to oust him.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said he was proposing the cancellation of articles 76, 77, 88, 93, 179 and 189 of the constitution.
US President Barack Obama said talks to resolve Egypt's crisis were making progress, but the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo said it could quit the process if opposition demands were not met.
Egypt has a plan and timetable for the peaceful transfer of power, the vice president said, as protesters called more demonstrations hoping to show their campaign to oust President Hosni Mubarak remains potent.
Egyptians staged one of their biggest protests demanding President Hosni Mubarak step down now, their wrath undiminished by the vice president's announcement of a plan to transfer power.
Egypt's government tried to get the nation back to work and people queued in Cairo when banks opened for the first time in a week as protests to force President Hosni Mubarak to quit entered their 13th day.
The Muslim Brotherhood said would be enter into dialogue with Vice President Omar Suleiman to pull Egypt out of its worst crisis in 30 years.
President Hosni Mubarak's new cabinet holds its first full meeting since an uprising started nearly two weeks ago, with no concrete progress in talks with Islamists and an opposition who demand his immediate exit.
Egypt's government struggled to regain control of an angry nation, inviting Islamist opponents to political talks as protesters demanding the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak battled with his supporters on the streets.
Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians marched peacefully in Cairo to demand an immediate end to Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule, but there was no sign of the army or the president's US allies forcing him out just yet.
President Barack Obama appealed to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to make the "right decision" as the United States kept up its push for an orderly transition of power in the face of mass protests.
British Prime Minister David Cameron called for a "rapid" transition of power in Egypt. "The transition needs to be rapid and credible and it needs to start now," Cameron told parliament.
The United States hardened its stance against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's plans to hang on to power until September and voiced suspicions the government might be instigating violence.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Egypt's newly named vice president to hold accountable those responsible for violence in Cairo, the US State Department said.
A coalition of opposition groups have told Egypt's government that they would only begin talks with the military on a transition to democracy once President Hosni Mubarak stands down, opposition leaders said.
Egypt said it would ban demonstrations and detain protesters, seeking to draw a line under unprecedented protests against President Hosni Mubarak's rule.
The United States urged an orderly transition to democracy in Egypt to avoid a power vacuum but stopped short of calling on embattled President Hosni Mubarak to step down.
Egyptians vote for the first time to pick their president in a wide open election that pits Islamists against men who served under deposed leader Hosni Mubarak.