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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • EGYPT: Missing Google executive Wael Ghonim named symbolic spokesman of opposition group

     
    A 30-year-old Egyptian Google executive who disappeared after participating in opposition protests last week was named the symbolic spokesman for the April 6 youth opposition group Friday, CBS News reported. Members of the group told CBS they hope...
  • EGYPT: Al Jazeera English correspondent detained in Cairo [Updated]

     
    Al Jazeera says a correspondent for its English-language network was detained by the Egyptian military Sunday. The Qatar-based news network called for the immediate release of Ayman Mohyeldin, an Emmy-nominated journalist who it said was detained near...
  • EGYPT: Death toll increases to 11

     
    Egyptian officials said Friday that 11 people have been killed and about 5,000 injured during this week's anti-government protests. Health Minister Ahmed Samih Farid told state television the deaths and more than 900 of the injuries had occurred within...
  • Kenneth Cole apologizes for tweet using Egypt protests to promote fashion line

     
    Kenneth Cole sent out a controversial tweet that used the unrest in Egypt to promote his spring fashion line. The message, sent out by Cole personally, has sparked a wave of criticism and controversy that hasn't let up much despite the fashion designer...
  • EGYPT: Google executive to be released Monday, TV stations report

     
    A Google Inc. executive who disappeared after participating in anti-government protests will be released Monday, according to Egyptian television reports. Wael Ghonim, Google's head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa, has been missing since...
  • Egypt: The country's sisterhood sparks a movement within a movement

     
    Women protesters in Egypt speak in their own words about democracy and women's rights....
  • Art review: Charles Gaines' 'Manifestos' at UCLA Hammer Museum

     
    Given the stunning backdrop of recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan and Yemen -- and perhaps elsewhere in the turbulent Middle East in coming days -- Charles Gaines' exceptional multimedia installation "Manifestos" assumes an unanticipated resonance....
  • EGYPT: Released Google executive says he is neither hero nor traitor

     
    A detained Google executive who became a rallying symbol for anti-government protesters in Egypt said he was neither a hero nor a traitor in an emotional television interview just hours after his release Monday. Wael Ghonim's comments on Dream TV......
  • EGYPT: Restoration work begins on damaged antiquities

     
    Restoration work has begun on Egyptian artifacts damaged during anti-government protests, according to news reports from Cairo on Monday. Zahi Hawass, the country’s head of antiquities, told news organizations that the repairs to 70 objects should...
  • EGYPT: Google executive released, Al Jazeera reports [Updated]

     
    Al Jazeera English reports that a detained Google Inc. executive has been released. A brother of Wael Ghonim, Google's head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa, told the network he was freed Monday and was on his......
  • EGYPT: The scene at Tahrir Square

     
    Egyptian blogger Ramy Raoof posted this footage on YouTube. He says it shows demonstrators in Tahrir Square on Tuesday chanting: "People demand the removal of the regime." Large, boisterous crowds filled the square for a 15th day on Tuesday. RELATED......