Revolutions in the Middle East explained, Angry Birds-style.
The first hour beginning with the announcement that Hosni Mubarak had stepped down and turned over power to the Military, following 18 days of protests in the streets of Cairo and throughout Egypt.
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit gave PBS a lengthy interview today. In addition to the usual jargon, he revealed Egyptian Hosni Mubarak's true beliefs about his role in Egypt, his legacy, and how he feels about US pressure for him to step
(h/t David) Nobel Laureate and former IAEA head Mohammed El-Baradei spoke to throngs in Egypt's Tahrir Square earlier today, calling for Hosni Mubarak to step down as President of Egypt. "Today, I have come to share with you the most
Latest news from BBC World Service on the fast moving developments in Egypt and the continuing protests and riots in Cairo and neighboring cities.
Violent clashes between police and demonstrators as over ten thousand gather on the streets of Cairo.
Chaos as Egyptian police fire teargas to control demonstrators in mass protests in Cairo and Suez following Friday prayers. This Guardian video tells the story of how events unfolded and escalated today.
This, of course, is welcome news for the beleagured Palestinians: PARIS (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Wednesday Israel and the
Martyrs' In Iraq Mostly Saudis Web Sites Track Suicide Bombings Before Hadi bin Mubarak Qahtani exploded himself into an anonymous fireball, he was