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The Egyptian protestors, numbering more than 200,000, are still occupying the Tahrir Square as the Liberation Movement enters its 13th day of protests. On the 11th day, it was said that Friday was going to be the Day of Departure;
Ramallah - In a demonstration staged by hundred of Palestinians in the West Bank to show the unity with the anti-Mubarak activists in Egypt; demonstrators carried banners reading "From Ramallah to Tahrir Square, the people want
The appended video is a half hour interview with Tariq Ramadan and http://www.allvoices.com/s/event-8107950/
Some people thought that Frank Wisner the unofficial U.S. envoy sent to Cairo earlier was to give Mubarak a message that he had to go now. But then Mubarak in response announced he would go but only when his term ended in September. This was
According to the reports from Egypt, the anti-Govt protesters in the Egyptian capital Cairo are preparing to stage a "Day of Departure" for President Hosni Mubarak.Organisers are calling for millions of people to come at Tahrir Square.<
The demonstrations that have been going on for 10 days turned bloody on Tuesday when pro-Mubarak supporters began fighting demonstrators who have been trying to force the resignation of the Mubarak government.
Protesters in Egypt are fighting back against supporters of President Hosni Mubarak and pushed them out of some streets in Cairo which they controlled.According to the reports, both groups were throwing stones on each other.
Even with skill and extra cash, a hurried exit from the country is problematic. Los Angeles Increasingly violent political demonstrations in Egypt are worrisome for television viewers all over the globe but for none more so than those with relatives
While Obama can only beat around the bush and demand an orderly transition McCain manages to come right out and tell Mubarak to "step down and relinquish power." McCain goes on in his Tweet:"Regrettably the time has come 4 Pres
The protestors numbering 200 million at the Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, have been experiencing a stand off from President Mubarak and his government, as the masses are demanding him to step down from his decades of ruling the