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Sarah Huckerbee Sanders
White House press secretary
Euronews correspondent Luis Carballo has spent the day in Tahrir Square in Cairo and has seen for himself what is happening in Egypt right now. The
Hosni Mubarak remains as president of Egypt, and as the leader of the ruling NDP. There had been reports earlier that he had resigned but those
An Arab-language television station that reportedly stated that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had resigned as head of the NDP party, has now
Promising to go in the autumn, President Hosni Mubarak seems to have ruled out leaving immediately.
But so do the demonstrators in Cairo’s Tahrir
A man in a wheelchair shouting freedom slogans is carried through the crowd in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
As far as many Egyptians are concerned, Hosni Mubarak’s National Democratic Party is finished.
If that is so it is still far from clear what will
Hillary Clinton has warned the Middle East is facing a “perfect storm” of unrest and is urging its nations to embrace democracy.
The last few weeks
State television in Egypt says the leadership of the ruling National Democratic Party has resigned, including Gamal Mubarak, the son of the embattled
Egyptians gather for Friday prayers in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
President Hosni Mubarak has spent the morning meeting ministers.
But despite the show of “business as usual” the 82-year-old’s hold on power
Amid the climate of paranoia in Egypt at the moment, even Egyptians in contact with “foreigners” have fallen under suspicion. Hamdy Reda, an Egyptian
Our correspondent in Tahrir Square, Luis Carballo, says he saw at least one person injured today.
He described the morning’s events for us, saying
Our correspondent in Cairo, Mohamed Elhamy, says the “Suleiman” option faces popular and constitutional hurdles.
“Many people in Tahrir Square
There has been a major explosion on or near a gas supply pipeline in northern Sinai.
Egyptian state TV described the blast as a “terrorist attack”
Egypt’s pro-democracy movement enters its twelfth day with Hosni Mubarak still clinging on to power.
In Tahrir Square in central Cairo people were
Egypt’s pro-democracy protests entered their twelfth day on Saturday as president Hosni Mubarak continues to cling on to power.
Hundreds of demonstrators on Friday took to the streets of New York’s Times Square to call on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to quit.
The United States on Friday gave its strongest hint yet that it wants Hosni Mubarak to resign now.
Speaking at a joint press conference with
The focus of Egypt’s popular uprising against its president shifted from violence to a battle of wills on the 11th day of protest, a day the people
Around the world Egyptians have been closely following events on the streets of Cairo and other cities throughout the country. Hassan Elmouelhi has
Friday saw the protests in Egypt spread to more major cities.
In the industrial working class town of Almahalla, some 20,000 marched and massed for