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Protests intensify as clashes spread across Middle East...
'Angry Friday'...
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Police round up Muslim Brotherhood leaders...
Internet shut down...
BIDEN: Mubarek's no dictator, shouldn't step down...
PAPER: Events 'moving too fast for Obama administration'...
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Dramatic video as thousands clash...
Police members remove suits and join protests...

Aflame on the Nile Daily News Egypt 18:25
Egyptian Curfew Officially Begins National Review (Weblog) 18:2
As Night Approaches The Atlantic 18:24
Egypt Goes Offline 16:51

UN rights chief calls on Egypt to end emergency law (Extra) Monsters and Critics 16:51

Violence erupts in Cairo as protests escalate LA Times 16:51

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Mubarak headquarters is going up in flames..

Police moving from rubber to lead bullets:


Egyptian army moves into Cairo as protests persist

The Egyptian army moved into the streets of Cairo on Friday evening, according to news reports, as the country’s authorities sought to quell escalating protests that threaten to seriously destabilize one of the U.S.’s most important allies in the Middle East. As darkness fell, television pictures showed military vehicles taking up positions at intersections and other key points in Cairo.

Army and police clashing on the streets

AgenciesBREAKING NEWSPublished: 20:57 January 28, 2011
Cairo: Al jazeera reports unconfirmed reports of Army and police clashing on the streets of Cairo
Protesters appear to be welcoming army on the streets in Cairo, reports add.

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  1. Interesting.. where is all of this going? A lot of people are very positive about this “arab revolution”, but I’m not sure what I’m supposed to feel about all of this.

  2. While Egypt struggles to restore public order, here’s what a “Tea Party” republican had to say about it:

    WASHINGTON – Tea party-backed Republican Sen. Rand Paul favors cutting U.S. aid to Israel as part of a deficit-driven effort to slash government spending by $500 billion this year, drawing criticism from Democrats and Republicans who argue the U.S. must be unwavering in its support for the longtime Mideast ally.

    The freshman Kentucky lawmaker unveiled his budget proposal this week that would make significant cuts in education, housing and energy while reducing money for wars in Afghanistan and Iraq by $16 billion. Paul’s plan also would cut some $20 billion in overseas aid, and he said he wants to eliminate the $3 billion the United States provides to Israel annually in foreign military assistance.

    “The overwhelming majority of Americans agree with Senator Paul — our current fiscal crisis makes it impossible to continue the spending policies of the past,” Paul spokesman Gary Howard said in a statement responding to the criticism. “We simply cannot afford to give money away, even to our allies, with so much debt mounting on a daily basis.”

    America’s anti-Semites are cheering wildly.

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