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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.'

Egypt – How Did We Get Here?

History is being made in Egypt. What is happening now is undoubtedly a popular revolution against a dictatorship that has been stifling Egyptians for decades.

Egyp’t history in the making ….

As anti-government protesters prepared for a new wave of mass rallies Egypt's government disrupted Internet services.

The Egyptian Barriers of Silence have been broken and the sun will shine once more

The brave and courageous people of Egypt continue their protests, demanding an end to a dictatorship that has lasted for more than 30 years and seeking the implementation of a

Opinion: Don’t fear the Muslim Brotherhood

Concerning Egypt: There is a meme taking root in the op-ed pages of power. "The Muslim Brotherhood is coming. Watch out!"

Israel Sending Crowd Dispersal Weapons to Egypt

International Network for Rights and Development reported that three Israeli planes landed at Cairo's Mina International Airport on Saturday carrying hazardous equipment for use in dispersing and suppressing large crowds.

Mubarak’s Judgement Day

Proving himself the tyrant that his people say he is, Mubarak is the 'hot news' in Israeli newspapers, as anti-government protests continue in Egypt.

MB statement on January 25, Day of Rage and its consequences

Egypt is undergoing important events where the Egyptian people started a movement in Cairo and other cities in the country expressing their anger and denouncing the practices and violations by

Egypt: Dismissal of Interior Minister is the Only Choice Peaceful assembly is a civil right

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information said today, that the dismissal of the interior minister Habib Al-Adli is a national demand , being the prime responsible for the crimes

Egypt Protests – Changing the Rules of the Game

Egyptians have taken to the streets demanding an end to the 30-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak and protesting economic hardship and rampant corruption. Demonstrations in Tunisia brought down the