On Day 15 of the crisis in Egypt:— NPR's Eric Westervelt reported on Morning Edition that while there are "no signs the [protest] movement is weakening," the government of President Hosni Mubarak is trying to project an image of "business as usual" and some Egyptians are hoping that things
This weekend's talks between opposition leaders and Omar Suleiman produced mostly hard feelings. Meanwhile the Obama administration appears to have backed away from the idea that Mubarak immediately resign from office.
Hundreds of Chicagoans gathered downtown during rush hour on Friday to say that President Barack Obama still hasn’t been forceful enough in telling Egypt’s 30-year president to go. The demonstrators chanted as they held signs and waved Middle Eastern flags across from the Egyptian E
This post has as-they-happen updates on the news from Egypt, where Tahrir Square is filling with what protesters hope will be a million people demanding that President Hosni Mubarak step down and that their nation.
Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square today and continued to defy the government-imposed curfew. A much bigger and potentially violent demonstration is slated to take place tomorrow. President Hosni Mubarak showed no signs of leaving office.