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Egypt Protest continues - President fired Cabinet

Cairo : Egypt | Jan 29, 2011 at 3:18 AM PST
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Egypt Protest continues to become more and more violent but inspite of all this,the Egypt President fires Cabinet .According to the Protesters such measures made by the President is making the situation more and more worst.Its been noted that the Government tried various methods to get rid of the protests by disconnecting Internet and Mobile phones .Even Army been called on the street to impose curfew but none of these been benefited .

The US President Barack Obama also told the Egypt President Hosni Mubarak to take strict measures to curb the situation.According to him,US will continue to provide help and support for the Egypt people and the Egyptian Government for a better future of Egypt.

Till now maximum areas of Egypt been including Alexandria, Suez, Assiut and Port been reportedly burning.The Protesters are seen blocking the streets of Cairo, fighting with police with stones and firebombs ,even in some places they are seen burning down the ruling party headquarters



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