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Mohamed ElBaradei's Egypt Return: Supporters Welcome Him, Hope For Mubarak Challenge

Mohamed ElBaradei's Egypt Return: Supporters Welcome Him, Hope For Mubarak Challenge | Egyptian Revolution (the beginning of the story) | Scoop.it
CAIRO — Hundreds of supporters greeted former U.N. nuclear chief Mohamed ElBaradei at the airport upon return to his native Egypt on Friday, singing songs, chanting pro-reform slogans and calling on the Nobel prize winner to run for president.
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Egypt: Khaled Said – An Emergency Murder by An Emergency Law · Global Voices

Egypt: Khaled Said – An Emergency Murder by An Emergency Law · Global Voices | Egyptian Revolution (the beginning of the story) | Scoop.it
Khaled Said, a 28-year-old Egyptian from the coastal city of Alexandria, was allegedly tortured to death at the hands of two officers who wanted to search him under the emergency law.
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ElBaradei's last stand - Features - Al Jazeera English

ElBaradei's last stand - Features - Al Jazeera English | Egyptian Revolution (the beginning of the story) | Scoop.it
ElBaradei's return to Egypt could offer the opportunity for a good alternative to the current leadership.
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“We Are All Khaled Said”: Will the Revolution Come to Egypt? - The Daily Beast

Tunisia’s uprising last week invigorated frustrated activists around the region. Mike Giglio on a protest in Cairo that could mark the beginning of another upheaval.
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The Tunisian Revolution (17 December 2010-14 January 2011)

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