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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • EGYPT: Obama tells Mubarak to deliver on reform

     
    President Obama said he urged Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to deliver on promised political, social and economic reforms Friday, saying that “this moment of volatility has to be turned into a moment of promise.” Obama called on Egyptian...
  • Middle East unrest leads to surging oil prices

     
    Oil prices surged Friday as concerns mounted that anti-government protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon and Yemen could spread to some of the Middle East's biggest oil producers. Analysts said that the protests could push oil prices to $130 a barrel......
  • EGYPT: Venezuelan president calls U.S. role in crisis 'shameful'

     
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Sunday the United States was playing a "shameful" role in the Egyptian crisis and accused it of hypocrisy for supporting, then abandoning, strongmen around the world. Chavez told Reuters news agency he had spoken to.....
  • EGYPT: Streets grew quiet as President Hosni Mubarak spoke

     
    Egyptians had been waiting most of the day to hear President Hosni Mubarak address the mass protests rocking Cairo and other cities. Some hoped to hear about massive reforms. Others wondered whether Mubarak would step down. The moment came early......
  • EGYPT: Coca-Cola shuts Cairo operations, blames deteriorating security situation

     
    Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Co. announced Monday that it has shut its Cairo office because of the deteriorating security situation in Egypt after a week of anti-government protests. The world's largest soft-drink maker won't resume operations in Egypt until...
  • EGYPT: Clinton calls for restraint on both sides

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on the Egyptian government to restrain its security forces in the face of ongoing nationwide demonstrations calling for President Hosni Mubarak to resign. But Clinton also warned protesters against using...
  • Twitter co-founder: Freedom of expression is a human right

     
    Twitter's Biz Stone argued that freedom of expression is a human right in a post on the company's blog Friday, coinciding with Egypt's blackout of the Internet and cellphone service. "Our goal is to instantly connect people everywhere to what is most...
  • EGYPT: U.S. Embassy to begin voluntary evacuation flights Monday

     
    The U.S. Embassy in Cairo plans to begin flying Americans out of Egypt on chartered planes Monday, according to a Sunday statement. The announcement came hours after the embassy advised Americans in Egypt to consider leaving as soon as possible.......
  • EGYPT: Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu watching unrest with 'vigilance and worry'

     
    Breaking official silence over the escalating unrest in neighboring Egypt, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday he was monitoring events with "vigilance and worry" and feared radical Islamists could take advantage of any leadership...
  • EGYPT: Curfew thwarting travel, but 200 Americans evacuated

     
    The United States and other foreign governments stepped up evacuation of their citizens caught up in Egypt's spreading unrest on Monday, although a midafternoon curfew was frustrating travel within the country. Egyptian railway authorities said trains had...
  • EGYPT: Authorities detain reporters, confiscate equipment

     
    Authorities in Egypt appear to be stepping up a clampdown on the media as anti-government protests continue. Six reporters from the pan-Arabic satellite news channel Al Jazeera English were reportedly detained temporarily on Monday and had their equipment...