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Protests demanding an end to Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule is set to continue in Egypt. Protesters on Friday prepared for big demonstrations to mark the "Day of departure" for the beleaguered president.
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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.<
Even though serious economic inequities within several of these states, compounded by a lack of freedoms, made turbulence inevitable, it is the scale and timing of events that have made many uneasy. In itself, instability in the Middle East is no
Insisting that Egypt would sink into chaos if he were to leave office now, a defiant President Hosni Mubarak has said he doesn't care what people say about him and was fed up of being president.'I don't care what people say about me.
The opinion is based on working with him on the Middle East peace process. Mubarak's record on the pacification process involves helping the Palestinian Authority transform itself into a (stateless) police state apparatus, obstructing Fatah-Hamas
Omar Suleiman rejects demand immediate resignation of President Mubarak. Cela pousserait au chao estime t-il. This would bring the chaos he believes. At nightfall, the protesters were still in the streets of Cairo and Alexandria,
Mohamed ElBaradei has emerged as a consensus figure for Egypt 's opposition, a leader around whom both progressive-democratic and Islamist opponents of the Mubarak regime can unite. But to the West, the lawyer, diplomat and Nobel laureate has until
The White House is seeking to reassure Jewish leaders concerned about the turmoil in Egypt , telling them in a conference call late Wednesday that US policy is not to deal with the Muslim Brotherhood. Many in the pro-Israel community have been
What's too often lost in the coverage of Egypt's violent clashes are the stories of the people fighting. This slide show offers a look at 10 individuals who make up the crowd of thousands gathered in Tahrir Square day after day. They are students,