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NEW: Gunfire is heard in Cairo despite U.S. calls for restraintThe protesters defy a curfew that went into effect at 6 p.m.A CNN...
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Police van slams into protesterNEW: Hillary Clinton called on Egypt "to allow peaceful protests and reverse steps to cut off communications"White House press...
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In October 2010, Cuban opposition activist Guillermo Farinas was awarded the Andrei Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.Farinas is the winner of a European...
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NEW: Cabinet includes 12 new ministersThree members of the old guard remain in the cabinetForeign Minister Kamel Morjane, a holdover from the ousted...
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German Bundeswehr soldiers patrol high ground during a regular patrol on October 11, 2010 in Narwan, Afghanistan.For the first time, the mandate contains a...
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A man at a Cairo, Egypt, cybercafe checks Facebook on January 27, before widespread Web outages occurred.Web experts, residents of Egypt reporting near total...
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Ban Ki-moon said political leaders must protect protesters' human rights and respect their freedom of expression.Ban Ki-moon urges political leaders to respect protesters' human...
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Egyptian demonstrators in Alexandria tear a portrait of President Hosni Mubarak during a protest against his rule Thursday.Hosni Mubarak has held power since 1981A...
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ElBaradei: Egypt is not stableEgypt is a much more dominant influence on the Arab world than TunisiaProtester in Egypt have been able to...
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Members of the Muslim Brotherhood movement shout slogans in Amman, Jordan on Friday after weekly prayers.Muslim Brotherhood has been part of the political scene...