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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • 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...
  • IRAN: Officials praise Egyptian uprising, stifle domestic protests

     
    Iran's president declared Friday that Egypt's uprising shows a new Middle East is emerging that will doom Israel and break free of American "interference," even as Tehran clamped down on its own opposition movement. Iran has sought to portray the......
  • Egypt: Poetic dissent falls on deaf ears

     
    Is anyone surprised that Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak refuses to step down? Certainly not Egyptian poet and Georgetown University visiting professor Tamim al-Barghouti. He recently joined "Studio 360" to discuss art as a device for opposing tyranny in...
  • EGYPT: Protesters highlight Hosni Mubarak's wealth

     
    Many protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square carried signs Thursday that referred to President Hosni Mubarak and the number 70 billion. Egypt's embattled president and his family's net worth is estimated at between $40 and $70 billion, according to experts'...
  • EGYPT: Ambassador says Mubarak transferred authority to VP

     
    Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has transferred all powers of presidency to his vice president but remains Egypt's "de jure head of state," the Egyptian ambassador to Washington said Thursday. Ambassador Sameh Shoukry told CNN, "President Mubarak has...
  • Wael Ghonim, Google exec, says Egypt's revolution is 'like Wikipedia'

     
    Wael Ghonim has been touted as one of the leaders in Egypt's in-progress revolution and has already coined the phrase Revolution 2.0 -- which he also plans to take as the name of a book he's writing. On Sunday, in an interview with CBS' 60 Minutes, Ghonim...
  • Egyptian Americans in O.C.'s Little Arabia celebrate

     
    Worshipers marked the Friday prayer service at an Anaheim mosque with joyous disbelief over the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Imam Mohammed Faqih told hundreds of devotees at the Islamic Institute of Orange County that perseverance...
  • Opera review: 'Nixon in China' at the Metropolitan Opera

     
    Mark Swed reviews John Adams' "Nixon in China" at the Metropolitan Opera...