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Twitter Says Mubarak Has Left Egypt
Twitter Says Mubarak Has Left Egypt
A tweet from the UK Guardian said that, according to a source, 'President Mubarak has apparently tendered his resignation.'
Thursday, February 3,2011 17:35
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A tweet from the UK Guardian said that, according to a source, 'President Mubarak has apparently tendered his resignation.'

There was also another tweet from Dimitri indicating that a Greek defense website reported that Mubarak had left Egypt.

These statements are in the process of being confirmed.

Al-Jazeera keeps asking about the legitimacy of Mubaraks' rule, considering that millions of people are in Cairo's Tahrir Square demanding Mubarak resign.

A short time ago al-Jazeera indicated that Senator John Kerry of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has asked President Mubarak to step down.

tags: Mubarak / Twitter / Day of Rage / Mubarak Regime / Egyptian Regime / Rulling Regime / Egyptian Government / Guardian / Al-Jazeera / Tahrir Square / John Kerry / Foreign Relations Committee / 25 January
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