Several sources told NBC News that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will step down Friday.
Al Jazeera reported that Egyptian army officials said that protesters "demands will be met." The supreme council of armed forces was meeting to discuss the
Two sources told NBC News that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak would step down Thursday.
"Word of this information is just now spreading out in Cairo," NBC's Richard Engle reported Thursday. "We again, once again, have been told by two sources within the presidency that President Mubarak will step down."
"The prime minister's office is telling us that President Mubarak tonight will decide," he added.
For its part, Al Jazeera English continued to treat the news as a rumor.
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