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Another Female Reporter Attacked in Egypt’s Tahrir Square
More frightened than hurt.”
Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Declared Egypt’s New President
Mohamed Morsi is the winner of the country’s hotly contested election.
Hosni Mubarak’s Health Is Rapidly Deteriorating
Slipping in and out of consciousness.
Hosni Mubarak Gets Life in Prison
The first leader ousted by Arab Spring receives a harsh sentence.
Thousands of Egyptian Women March Against Protest Beatings
Tahrir Square was filled for a fifth straight day.
Military in Egypt Promises Speedy Elections As 100,000 Protest in Tahrir Square
Demonstrations rage amid meetings about the future.
New Wave of Tahrir Square Protests
Military cracks down hard.
Egyptian General Admits to ‘Virginity Checks’ on Protesters
Female protesters only, of course.
Mubarak Will Face Trial
For the deaths of protesters in Tahrir Square.
Lara Logan: I Was Saved by Women in Tahrir Square
News correspondent tells more of her awful story on ‘60 Minutes.’
Lara Logan on Tahrir Square Attack: ‘They Raped Me With Their Hands’
For an extended period of time.”
Egyptian Soldiers Attack New Protesters in Tahrir Square
Demonstrators are becoming frustrated with the ruling military council.
Tahrir Square Is Already Becoming a Tourist Destination
Forget the pyramids.
Lara Logan in ‘Remarkably Good Spirits’
News reporter is set to be reunited with her children today after last week’s brutal attack.
Wael Ghonim: ‘Ready to Die’
Calls the Egyptian protests “Revolution 2.0.”
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.
Cairo Erupts in Molotov Cocktails and Smoke
Anti-Mubarak protesters clash violently with pro-Mubarak factions.
Violence Erupts As Pro-Mubarak Supporters Flood Tahrir Square [Updated]
Mubarak’s supporters came prepared for a confrontation.