Feb 11, 2011

Obama Says "Egypt Will Never Be the Same"

Obama Says "Egypt Will Never Be the Same"

President Obama Friday hailed the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, saying the people of Egypt have spoken; their voices have been heard and Egypt will never be the same.”

Feb 11, 2011

Can Military Rule Assure Freedom?

Can Military Rule Assure Freedom?

While Egyptian protesters on Friday celebrated the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, it remained unclear whether the military’s assumption of power will lead to a more democratic system of government...

Feb 11, 2011

Egypt Gets "Best Option We Could Hope For:" Bay Area Expert

Egypt Gets "Best Option We Could Hope For:" Bay Area Expert

The resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was considered a favorable action by several Bay Area professors and residents  who have been affected by recent events in the Middle...

Feb 12, 2011

UCLA Project Keeps Eye on Tweets From Egypt

UCLA Project Keeps Eye on Tweets From Egypt

The project streams Twitter updates and overlays them on a map of Cairo.

Feb 11, 2011

US Ambassador Comes to Twitter to Talk Egypt

US Ambassador Comes to Twitter to Talk Egypt

The State Department sent one of its ambassadors to Twitter HQ to talk about the Egyptian revolution.

May 5, 2011
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By Sajid Farooq

Organizer of "Revolution 2.0" Wants to Meet Mark Zuckerberg

Organizer of "Revolution 2.0" Wants to Meet Mark Zuckerberg

The Egyptian revolution was televised thanks in large part to social networking.

Feb 11, 2011

U.S. - Egypt Military Ties Stressed by Government Protests

U.S. - Egypt Military Ties Stressed by Government Protests

The unrest in Egypt has stressed the military partnership between the U.S. and Egypt, leaving a big unknown for the Obama administration as the popular uprising continues to play out.

Feb 11, 2011

"Egypt is Free": Shock, Joy as Mubarak Steps Down

"Egypt is Free": Shock, Joy as Mubarak Steps Down

Embattled president heads to seaside retreat after speech fails to quell unrest and the military takes over.

Feb 10, 2011

Mubarak’s Move Not Enough, Obama Says

Mubarak’s Move Not Enough, Obama Says

The White House signals disappointment with Egyptian President Mubarak's decision to stop short of meeting protesters' demands that he step down immediately.

Feb 10, 2011

Egypt’s VP to Protesters: Go Home

Egypt’s VP to Protesters: Go Home

"The door is still open for more dialogue," Omar Suleiman says on state TV, as crowds seethe.

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