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Margaret Thatcher: A Life in Pictures
Dancing with Reagan, riding in a tank.
Hosni Mubarak Moved to Hospital Amid Reports of Clinical Death
He’s been transferred from prison to a military hospital.
Hosni Mubarak’s Health Is Rapidly Deteriorating
Slipping in and out of consciousness.
State Prosecutor Appealing Hosni Mubarak Verdict
Meanwhile, Tahir Square has filled with protesters.
Hosni Mubarak Gets Life in Prison
The first leader ousted by Arab Spring receives a harsh sentence.
Is the Trial of Hosni Mubarak a Good Thing?
What if it makes other despots less willing to step down?
Hosni Mubarak Refuses Solid Food; Hunger Worsens in Horn of Africa
The deposed dictator is on a hunger strike of sorts as he sits in an Egyptian cell.
JP’ers Negotiate Community Benefits With Whole Foods; French Guy Buys Really,
Plus Hosni Mubarak eschews solids and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Hosni Mubarak Has Awoken From His Coma
He only missed a few hours.
Hosni Mubarak in Coma?
Ex-president’s lawyer says yes; hospital says no.
Hosni Mubarak Fined $34 Million for the Time He Cut His Country’s Internet
It’s the Cairo court’s first ruling against the former dictator.
Mubarak Will Face Trial
For the deaths of protesters in Tahrir Square.
Hosni Mubarak Will Apologize to Egypt
In a bid for amnesty.
Switzerland Finds $416 Million Squirreled Away by Qaddafi
Also $474 million that was hidden away by former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak.
Former Mubarak Regime ‘Broken’ in Jail, As Egyptians ‘Marvel’ at Turn of Events
“I feel bad rejoicing about how this guy is now in prison.”
Mubarak and Sons Detained As Backlash Against Egyptian Army Grows
People think Mubarak faked his heart attack.
Mubarak Had a Heart Attack During Questioning About Corruption
He’s in intensive care for a “heart crisis.”
Hosni Mubarak Is Dealing With His Emotional Pain Right Now
I have been pained and am still in pain.”
Hosni Mubarak Has a Suit With Pinstripes That Spell Out His Name
Lara Logan in ‘Remarkably Good Spirits’
News reporter is set to be reunited with her children today after last week’s brutal attack.
People Still Don’t Know Whether the Rumors Are True and Mubarak Has Slipped Quietly Into a Coma
It’s also unclear whether “a coma” is a euphemism for “Saudi Arabia.”
President Obama Addresses Egypt’s Revolution
“I am confident that the people of Egypt can find the answers.”
Q&A With Ayman Mohyeldin, Al Jazeera English’s Correspondent in Cairo
I saw the military soldiers punching and beating and dragging and whipping …”
Hosni Mubarak Has Stepped Down: ‘This Is What Freedom Sounds Like’
The streets of Egypt erupt in cheers.
Hosni Mubarak Has Left Cairo
The White House Tries to Get Its House in Order Over Egypt
Who us? No, we didn’t think Mubarak was going to resign. Not at all.
Unhappy with Mubarak
Calls for clarity and a path toward democracy.
A Defiant Mubarak Refuses to Step Down [Update]
I will not accept to listen to any foreign interventions or dictations.”
Hosni Mubarak May Be Stepping Down [Updated]
Omar Suleiman is expected to take over.
Saudi King Abdullah to Obama: Don’t ‘Humiliate’ Mubarak
Oops, too late.
Mubarak’s Exit Plan Involves a German Luxury Spa
White House Envoy Who Said Mubarak Should Stay in Office Also Works for Egyptian Government
This looks really, really bad.
Egyptian Vice-President Meets With Muslim Brotherhood; Anderson Cooper Leaves Egypt
And Hillary Clinton spoke with Ahmed Shafiq.
Key Members of Egypt’s Ruling Party Resign
Including Mubarak’s son.
Egyptian Leaders Discussing Ways to Ease Mubarak Out of Power [Updated]
And the Committee of the Wise now exists.
Bloomberg Calls Attacks on Cathie Black ‘Embarrassing for America’
This is not democracy.”
Egypt Uprising, Day 11: Protesters Suggest Mubarak Go Away for Real Now
The White House is trying to make the “Day of Departure” a successful one.
Amanpour Sits Down With Mubarak: ‘If I Resign Today, There Will Be Chaos’
He also said, “I want to go.”
Mubarak’s Vice-President Tries Conspiracy Theories to Subvert Protesters
Yeah, don’t think that’s gonna work.
Media Arrests and Doubts About ElBaradei As the Protests Continue [Updated]
Journalists from the New York ‘Times’ and Al Jazeera and a prominent Egyptian blogger have all been arrested.
Cairo Erupts in Molotov Cocktails and Smoke
Anti-Mubarak protesters clash violently with pro-Mubarak factions.
The Biggest Victims of Unrest in the Middle East: Dictators’ Sons
In Egypt and Yemen, two sons who expected to rule one day have seen their dreams vanish.
Violence Erupts As Pro-Mubarak Supporters Flood Tahrir Square [Updated]
Mubarak’s supporters came prepared for a confrontation.
Does This Image Remind You of Anything?
Flowers and soldiers conjure another major protest.
Will Mubarak’s September Exit Appease Protesters? [Update]
But he doesn’t want to leave too soon, either.
Mubarak Announces That He Will Not Run for Reelection [Updated]
After hearing Obama’s message.
A Million Protesters Gather in Cairo As the U.S. Gives Up on Mubarak [Updated]
The White House says there’s “no scenario” in which Mubarak can stay in power.
Mubarak’s New Cabinet Fails to Appease As Fears of a ‘Revolutionary Tsunami’ Spread
Egypt preps for a “march of millions” Tuesday.
Egyptian Opposition Leader Calls for Mubarak’s Exit; Hillary Clinton Calls for ‘Orderly Transition’ [Updated]
And looters have ripped the heads off of mummies.
Mubarak Picks Vice-President; Egyptian Death Toll Rises [Updated]
And protests in Yemen have begun.