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Egyptian protesters gather at Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011 – Tens of thousands of Egyptian protesters gather at Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan.
Protesters at Tahrir chanting against Mubarak (big and small), sectarianism and a bunch of other issues in a way that’s … unique to Egypt
Translation via Adam:
“Alaa Mubarak, who demands royalties on every business he commissions, And they say he repented but he’s stuffing his face with meat (kebab), Guess It’s his daddy’s money.
On Sunday 30 January, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in a demonstration against the regime and Hosni Mubarak, in Tahrir Square, Cairo. In the video, they are chanting: We Won’t Leave…H
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In the second of two reports on the future of electric cars, Paul Solman looks at efforts to make the vehicles more viable — and financially successful for automakers — by building better batteries and making them more aerodynamic. It’s all part of his ongoing reporting on Making Sen$e of financial news.
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Roger Rosenblatt — novelist, playwright, journalist and, of course, NewsHour essayist for many years — also teaches writing. His latest book, “Unless It Moves The Human Heart: The Craft and Art of Writing,” is a based on a class he teaches called “Writing Everything.” He spoke with Jeffrey Brown about his advice to writers.
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The Egyptian government has not limited its crackdown on protests to security presence in the streets. Ray Suarez speaks with two analysts about how the battle over phone and Internet service has highlighted the role of communication technology in organizing and fueling the demonstrations.
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In other news Monday, a federal judge in Florida declared the health reform law enacted last year unconstitutional. Amid other rulings, the law is expected to be considered by the Supreme Court.
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Amid the calls for leadership change in Egypt are questions of what a new government would look like and who would lead it. Margaret Warner explores the possibilities with Daniel Kurtzer, former ambassador to Egypt, Marina Ottaway of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Ian Lesser of the German Marshall Fund.
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Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News reports on the crowds of protesters gathered Monday in Cairo and plans for Tuesday demonstrations that organizers hope will bring more than 1 million people into the streets. Then Lindsey Hilsum of ITN reports from Alexandria in northern Egypt, where protests are also taking place.
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More than 1,200 Americans have left Egypt, with more expected to depart in the coming days. As the U.S.
Who’s the dog with the biggest heart who can’t wait for Valentine fun to start? Clifford the Big Red Dog, of course!
Al Jazeera’s web journalists in Cairo visit the heart of Egypt’s ongoing protest movement the night before what organisers hope will be the biggest demonstration yet.
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