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Egypt update…

For updates (and clarity), including live-streaming from Al-Jazeera English, go to Common Dreams: here Al Jazeera says: “Hosni Mubarak resigns as the head of the ruling party [NDP]  in Egypt.” This is the current news (11:11am EST/NY Time)  I don’t think that it means that he has resigned as President.  Al-Jazeera says it is “another […]

Worldwide Tahrir: Sit-ins at Egyptian embassies around the world…

On, Friday, protesters in Egypt will have a “Day of Departure”, by gathering in Tahrir Square, Cairo, demanding the resignation of President Mubarak. Al-Jazeera English reported on a movement for people around the world to hold solidarity sit-ins at Egyptian embassies in their own cities. Here is some info. If you can give details about […]

Urgent: An Amnesty International staff member and others were detained by police in Egypt this morning

Important Update 2/5/2011: Amnesty staffers and other human rights activists freed. Amnesty demands investigation as to why detained. Story at Amnesty International: here. KW writes: Oh, my goodness. This should really hit home for a lot of activists who know, and benefit from, the good work of Amnesty International. Thinking about the Egyptian government’s move, […]

Live from Egypt: Link and updates

Live-Feed, etc. at Common Dreams: here. Above link: In order to follow the situation in Egypt, Common Dreams news site has a page with a live-stream from Al-Jazeera English, live-stream of Democracy Now! on-the-ground coverage, and a Twitter feed. (The Twitter feed is helpful when Twitter is over capacity.) Twitter reports are saying that 3 […]

Egyptian protesters take it up a level: plan march on Presidential Palace

KW: The following information came from a blogger/activist being interviewed on Al-Jazeera, which I heard at 3:40pm EST/NY Time: The man said that there was a million man march being planned to go to the Presidential Palace and take it over. (The activists said that the President Hosni Mubarak is in a different location. This […]

Live feed from Egypt

Link to Al Jazeera video as posted at Common Dreams: http://www.commondreams.org/video/2011/01/28-0 It has been about 3 hours that the people of Egypt are demonstrating on the street, in violation of the curfew. The video news from Al-Jazeera is reporting that Mubarak has now appointed a new Vice President, Omar Suleiman (also, spelled Omar Soliman) — […]