Tuesday, January 25, 2011


Breaking: Next Mid-East domino: Egyptian government?

by Larry Geller

Egypt tweetAnother Twitter-powered revolution?

Protests in Egypt and unrest in Middle East – live updates

• Cairo a 'war zone' as demonstrators demand president quit
• Protests continue in Tunisia and Lebanon

The Associated Press news agency has filed a report on thousands of protesters, some throwing rocks and climbing on top of an armoured police truck, clashing with riot police in the centre of Cairo. Police responded with water cannon, batons and tear gas, as we have reported. Demonstrators were shouting "Down with Mubarak," a reference to Hosni Mubarak, the president, and "demanding an end to Egypt's grinding poverty, corruption, unemployment and police abuses".

Follow via the Guardian’s live News Blog. On the same page are tweets you can follow to track events in Tunisia and links to other related news.

The Guardian is the one newspaper I follow regularly. Check them out on the web.

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Sounds like Egypt has the same problems as the U.S.

Saw some pretty terrifying footage on Twitter too.

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