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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • Speaker Boehner to C-SPAN: You're kidding, right? No, you can't run your own House cameras

     
    Republicans and Democrats agree: Both want to keep control of House TV cameras in government hands....
  • EGYPT: Freed Google executive Wael Ghonim joins protests

     
    A young Google Inc. executive received a thunderous welcome when he joined a massive demonstration in Tahrir Square on Tuesday, the day after he was released from 12 days of detention, according to news reports from Cairo. Many in the......
  • MIDDLE EAST: Ignoring Egyptians, Iran continues to hail 'Islamic awakening'

     
    Both the Egyptian foreign ministry and the opposition Muslim Brotherhood have said the popular protest movement sweeping the country has nothing to do with Iran, or Islam. But that hasn't stopped Iranian officials from continuing to try and cast the......
  • Egypt: A fast-food fast one

     
    It's been a tough few weeks for fast food. First came a lawsuit charging that Taco Bell's beef tacos were missing a key ingredient -- namely, the beef. Now, Egyptians are reportedly upset with the American fast-food icon of chicken,......
  • Google exec Wael Ghonim's first interview out of Egyptian government custody

     
    Wael Ghonim, shortly after being freed from custody by the Egyptian government on Monday, gave a quick interview about his experience to Egypt's ON TV network. Ghonim is Google's head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa, and has been...
  • EGYPT: Hosni Mubarak's speech enrages protesters

     
    Protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square waved shoes in dismay at President Hosni Mubarak's speech to the nation in which he appeared to refuse their demands to step down. Prostesters chanted on CNN, "illegitimate," "down, down with Hosni Mubarak," and "leave,...
  • EGYPT: Obama takes 'wait and see' approach

     
    President Obama appears to be taking a cautious approach to the unrest in Egypt, where President Hosni Mubarak may be preparing to step down. "We're going to have to wait and see what's going on," Obama said during a surprise......
  • EGYPT: Citizen journalists chronicle unrest

     
    "The national anthem at Tahrir Square like you've never heard before," says the caption on this video, uploaded Thursday by an Egyptian citizen journalist. Ahmed Agour, a citizen journalist trained by the nonprofit International Center for Journalists,...
  • EGYPT: What it means when protesters wave shoes

     
    When protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square heard President Hosni Mubarak's natioanl address, in which he refused to step down, many took off their shoes and waved them in the air. "The message of the shoes is clear," British blogger k2p......
  • TURKEY: Prime Minister Erdogan calls for 'free and fair' elections in Egypt

     
    Al Jazeera posted a written statement Friday from Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan concerning the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. "We hope The Egyptian Supreme Council of the Armed Forces will adopt a common sense approach...
  • EGYPT: Expats celebrate fall of Mubarak

     
    Egyptian expatriates joined their countrymen celebrating the fall of President Hosni Mubarak on Friday. In London's upscale Mayfair neighborhood, about 200 people celebrated Mubarak's departure outside the Egyptian Embassy, where they beat drums, danced...