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President Hosni Mubarak said he asked the government to resign after thousands of Egyptians defied a curfew and faced police tear gas. FULL STORY l MUBARAK ADDRESSES NATION
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For the rocks and other projectiles that protestors are hurling in the streets of Cairo, Egypt\'s riot police have shields.
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U.S. officials fear that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak may be in over his head as protests against his 30-year rule showed no signs of ending.
Most Egyptians have known no president but Hosni Mubarak. In fact, one-third of them were born after Mubarak had already been in power for 15 years. Now, very suddenly, the people of Egypt are asking who might replace the man often dubbed Egypt\'s last pharaoh.
We are in the midst of a brave new world.
A thick pall of chemical smoke hung over a crowd in Cairo on Friday afternoon. People ran, covering their noses and mouths to escape yet another volley of tear gas.
As mass protests swept Egypt on Friday, the actions of two key institutions served as indicators for what lies ahead for the embattled regime: the military and the media.
\"Freedom!\" the crowds chanted along the banks of the Nile River in Cairo after dark Friday, defying a curfew being enforced by troops with armored personnel carriers and tear gas.
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The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt this week urged its followers to protest after Friday prayers -- the first time in the latest wave of unrest the group has made such a call.
With public pressure mounting against the government of President Hosni Mubarak, the future of Egypt, the broader Middle East and international stability hang in the balance.