Police alone can’t keep rulers in power. Egypt’s battle is on

Egypt Protests – Updates

Anti-government protest in Albania
Tens of thousands of demonstrators have started a silent protest in the Albanian capital Tirana, a week to the day after clashes during an opposition rally killed three.

Thousands protest in Jordan
Protesters gather across the country, demanding the prime minister step down.

Police alone can’t keep rulers in power. Egypt’s battle is on

A Manifesto for Change in Egypt
Egyptian police used water cannon against Nobel laureate and pro-democracy leader Mohamed ElBaradei and his supporters as anti-Mubarak protests heated up Friday. Then ElBaradei was put under house arrest as riot police used tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters. The Muslim Brotherhood says at least five of its leaders and five former members of parliament have been arrested.

President Mubarak dissolves Cabinet after night of protests
America’s secret backing for rebel leaders behind uprising

Egyptian Police Using U.S.-Made Tear Gas Against Demonstrators

Egyptian Civil Strife Sends Oil Close To $100 On Suez Canal Fears

Police alone can’t keep rulers in power. Egypt’s battle is on

A Manifesto for Change in Egypt
Egyptian police used water cannon against Nobel laureate and pro-democracy leader Mohamed ElBaradei and his supporters as anti-Mubarak protests heated up Friday. Then ElBaradei was put under house arrest as riot police used tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters. The Muslim Brotherhood says at least five of its leaders and five former members of parliament have been arrested.

President Mubarak dissolves Cabinet after night of protests

America’s secret backing for rebel leaders behind uprising

Egyptian Civil Strife Sends Oil Close To $100 On Suez Canal Fears

How Egypt shut down the internet
Virtually all internet access in Egypt is cut off today as the government battles to contain the street protests that threaten to topple President Hosni Mubarak.

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Liveblog – Egypt’s protests erupt

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Arab world unrest has Jordan’s king under pressure

Iranian Media Hail ‘Revolution’ in Iran’s Rival, Egypt

U.N. rights chief says Egypt has arrested 1,000

Egyptian Nobel laureate ElBaradei in house arrest

Protests against Egyptian president spread

Police members remove suits and join protests

Egyptian protests intensify, as clashes spread across the Middle East

Opposition in Egypt Gears Up for Major Friday Protes

Egypt braces for Friday protests

Egypt arrests Muslim Brotherhood leaders

Joe Biden says Egypt’s Mubarak no dictator, he shouldn’t step down

US Urges Reform in Egypt

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