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Dublin solidarity protest with the Egyptian people 4-02-2011. Rally in Marseille France #jan25 #egypt (Spartacus) [LIVE] Embarqués au Caire » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism. En direct du Caire, Damien Spleeters suit l'évolution de la situation.

[LIVE] Embarqués au Caire » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism

Il nous raconte son expérience au plus près des manifestations. Alors que Damien s’apprête à embarquer sur le vol qui le ramène à Bruxelles, nous clôturons sa partie du live. Nous restons attentifs aux informations de François Hien, ici. Mardi 8 février, 10h00 A tous les amis, que vous soyez convaincus ou pas par ce qui s’est passé, il est maintenant temps de faire ce que nous pouvons pour notre pays. C’est ce message qui circule depuis hier sur les portables égyptiens, depuis la réouverture des banques, depuis que certains sont retournés travailler. Pour ce qui est de l’avenir, Hisham est dubitatif. Lundi 7 février, 18h00 On entend pas mal parler des Frères Musulmans dans cette révolution. Pourtant, pour Assyouti, l’Égypte future se rapprochera plus d’une nouvelle Turquie que d’un autre Iran. Cairo attacks continue; reporter dies from earlier shooting. AP photographer Khalil Hamra is injured in Tahrir Square on Thursday.

Cairo attacks continue; reporter dies from earlier shooting

(AP Photo/Mohammed Abed) New York, February 4, 2011--Journalists in Cairo faced assaults, detentions, and threats again today as supporters of President Hosni Mubarak continued their efforts to obstruct news coverage of protests demanding the Egyptian leader's ouster. While the extent of attacks lessened after a peak on Thursday, ongoing anti-press activities remain at an alarming level that must be halted, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. In addition, a journalist shot a week ago while filming a demonstration died today, a state newspaper reported, and Al-Jazeera reported that security agents detained the network's Cairo bureau chief along with another journalist. "It is stupefying that the government continues to send out thugs and plainclothes police to attack journalists and to ransack media bureaus," said Mohamed Abdel Dayem, CPJ's Middle East and North Africa program coordinator. 2 Detained Reporters Saw Secret Police’s Methods Firsthand.

Reports-mubarak-granted-asylum-montenegro from By David EdwardsFriday, February 4, 2011 12:11 EDT If Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak bows to pressure from demonstrators and leaves office immediately he may have a place to go.

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Mubarak can be granted asylum in Montenegro because his son has business ties there, news reports in the country said Friday. “Orascom Holding, a multinational Egyptian corporation which singed a contract last year for the construction of tourist complexes with the Montenegrin government” is owned by the president’s son Gamal Mubarak, according to Montenegro is already home to former Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra, who was ousted in a 2006 coup d’etat. The New York Times reported that US and Egyptian officials were discussing a plan for Mubarak to turn power over now to a transitional government headed by Vice President Omar Suleiman. The White House sought to play down the notion there was a unique plan under consideration but did not issue an out-and-out denial of the Times report. Images de la "journée du départ" à Alexandrie. Egypt unrest. Egypt (and Beyond) LiveBlog: A Big Day.

0107 GMT: Fox News reports that an assassination attempt on newly-appointed Vice President Omar Suleiman left two people dead this week.

Egypt (and Beyond) LiveBlog: A Big Day

Neither Fox nor anyone else has confirmed this story. When asked the question, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs had this to say: "I'm not going to ... get into that question," Egypt Cartoon of the Day: The Sun Rises Egypt Snapshot: The Discussions for Mubarak's Exit Egypt Special Analysis: Can a Day of Departure Avoid a Day of Bloodshed? Egypt (and Beyond) LiveBlog: The Battle of Tahrir Square 0100 GMT: Members of hacktivist group Anonymous have targeted the government websites of Yemen and Egypt in solidarity with the protests in those country against the dictators. 0036 GMT: Two New York Times journalists chronicle their arrest on Thursday and what they witnessed while in detention. ...our discomfort paled in comparison to the dull whacks and the screams of pain by Egyptian people that broke the stillness of the night.

The U.S. Best_egypt_protest_signs_37. Egypt's 'final push' protests begin - Middle East. Chants urging Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president, to leave office are reverberating across Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Egypt's 'final push' protests begin - Middle East

Hundreds of thousands of people have gathered at the square, the focal point of protests in Egypt, for what they have termed the "Day of Departure". As the country entered its eleventh day of unrest, mass demonstrations commenced after Friday prayers. Thousands also gathered in the city of Alexandria, holding up placards and chanting "He must go! " an Al Jazeera correspondent there reported.

Worldwidetahrir. List of Egyptian embassies worldwide. Lyse doucet's photos - Soldiers & protestors work together to move crowds into Tahrir Sq #jan25 #egypt. Egypt set for 'final push' protests - Middle East. Protests demanding an end to Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule is set to continue in Egypt.

Egypt set for 'final push' protests - Middle East

Protesters on Friday prepared for big demonstrations to mark the "Day of departure" for the beleaguered president. The developments come as the New York Times reports, quoting US officials and Arab diplomats, that the US administration is discussing with Egyptian officials a proposal for Mubarak to resign immediately and hand over power to a transitional government headed by Omar Suleiman, the newly appointed vice-president. The Egyptian president, for his part, says he has had enough and is ready to go but fears chaos if he resigns now. Mubarak's remarks, to an American TV network on Thursday, came as two days of clashes between protesters and his supporters on Cairo's streets left at least 13 people dead and hundreds injured.

Égypte : Les manifestants investissent place Tahrir. Des manifestants sur la place Tahrir, au Caire, le 4 février 2011 Photo : PC/AP/Khalil Hamra La nuit est tombée sur la place Tahrir, au Caire, qui restait occupée en début de soirée par les 100 000 personnes qui se sont réunies toute la journée pour réclamer une nouvelle fois la démission du président Hosni Moubarak.

Égypte : Les manifestants investissent place Tahrir

Égypte : Départ de Moubarak : Washington a un plan. Hosni Moubarak Photo : AFP/Attila Kisbenedek Selon le journal et des responsables américains, les États-Unis discutent avec des dirigeants égyptiens d'une proposition pour obtenir la démission immédiate du président Hosni Moubarak. Les pourparlers porteraient aussi sur la passation du pouvoir à un gouvernement de transition dirigé par le vice-président Omar Soleimane avec l'appui de l'armée. Selon le journal, l'opposition, dont les Frères musulmans, seraient invités à participer au gouvernement. Dès élections libres et équitables seraient ensuite organisés en septembre. Headlines for February 04, 2011.