Mediahacker Tonight in Cairo, the Parliament is Surrounded Tonight, protesters have surrounded the parliament building in downtown Cairo. There have been two deaths of protestors in Suez; one policeman has died in Cairo, hit by a rock. The protestors in Tahrir Square have been tear-gassed, and Twitter has been blocked within the borders of Egypt. But this morning, as the sun burned a smoky haze off the face of this city, the streets were open and clear as I rode downtown at 8 a.m. There had been tweets that protests would be staged in Tahrir Square and in the downtown neighborhood of Mohandeseen. Around the block, I exited my taxi and sat down at a nearby hotel for coffee, waiting as the hours passed. But here as well, only a small army of police guarded the downtown commercial district. When I arrived, the Twitter hash #jan25 lit up. I ran out the door and took the subway back to Tahrir Square. When I arrived, the protest had begun. They were joined by other young Egyptians and nearly all of them were taking photographs. “Why?” “Yes,” he said.
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Égypte : Trois morts dans des manifestations antigouvernementales | International Affrontements entre manifestants et policiers au Caire Photo : AFP/Mohammed Abec En Égypte, trois personnes sont mortes au cours des manifestations antigouvernementales qui ont rassemblé des milliers de personnes dans plusieurs régions du pays, mardi. Deux manifestants, Ahmed Soliman Gaber et Mustafa Ragab, ont été tués alors qu'ils protestaient à Suez, à l'embouchure du canal du même nom sur la mer Rouge. Au Caire, un policier a perdu la vie à la place Tahrir (place de la Libération). Dans plusieurs villes, des dizaines de milliers de manifestants ont répondu à l'appel d'une campagne Internet inspirée du récent soulèvement en Tunisie. Des militants actifs sur le web ont organisé ce « jour de colère » pour protester contre la répression politique et la pauvreté dans laquelle ils se sentent confinés par le régime Moubarak. Les manifestations sont rares en Égypte, où le président Hosni Moubarak, au pouvoir depuis 30 ans, tolère peu la dissidence. Appels à des marches mercredi
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Massive Egyptian Protests Powered by YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Twitpic [Pics, Video] Massive street protests in Egypt are spreading virally as tech-savvy demonstrators are using Twitpic, Facebook and YouTube to disseminate videos and photographs. Opposition leaders in Egypt declared January 25, 2011 as a “Day of Rage” where protesters would take to the street against President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule. The protesters include secularists, Islamists and Communists/ultra-left-wingers--a veritable who's who of the Egyptian opposition. The recent overthrow of the dictatorship in Tunisia by a peaceful democratic opposition movement has presumably emboldened the masses throughout the Arab world. Exact numbers of protesters cannot be estimated due to the ongoing events. However, a massive flood of internet photographs and videos shows a gigantic presence in Cairo, Alexandria, and other Egyptian cities. The Egyptian government appears to be engaging in censorship methods that are either half-hearted or oblivious to the specifics of social media.
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Egypt: President's son and family 'have fled to the UK' - Adnkronos Security Cairo, 25 Jan. (AKI) - Gamal Mubarak, Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's son who is widely tipped as his successor, has fled to London with his family, Arabic website Akhbar al-Arab said on Tuesday. The report came as violent unrest broke out in Cairo and other Egyptian cities and hundreds of thousands of people reportedly took to the streets in a Tunisia-inspired day of revolt.Officials did not immediately confirm the report that Gamal Mubarak has fled to the British capital with his wife and daughter aboard a private jet.The jet with Mubarak, his family and 97 pieces of luggage on board left for London on Tuesday from an airport in western Cairo, according to the US-based Akhbar al-Arab.Weeks of unrest in Tunisia eventually toppled president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali earlier this month.