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Egyptian Revolution (2011-12)

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  • EGYPT: Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu watching unrest with 'vigilance and worry'

     
    Breaking official silence over the escalating unrest in neighboring Egypt, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday he was monitoring events with "vigilance and worry" and feared radical Islamists could take advantage of any leadership...
  • EGYPT: Curfew thwarting travel, but 200 Americans evacuated

     
    The United States and other foreign governments stepped up evacuation of their citizens caught up in Egypt's spreading unrest on Monday, although a midafternoon curfew was frustrating travel within the country. Egyptian railway authorities said trains had...
  • EGYPT: Authorities detain reporters, confiscate equipment

     
    Authorities in Egypt appear to be stepping up a clampdown on the media as anti-government protests continue. Six reporters from the pan-Arabic satellite news channel Al Jazeera English were reportedly detained temporarily on Monday and had their equipment...
  • EGYPT: Protecting King Tut's gold mask and other treasures

     
    The Egyptian army secured Cairo's famed antiquities museum early Saturday, protecting treasures that include the famed gold mask of King Tutankhamun from looters. The greatest threat to the Egyptian Museum first appeared to come from the fire engulfing...
  • EGYPT: President Obama's remarks

     
    The text of President Obama's statement on the situation in Egypt on Friday evening. Good evening, everybody. My administration has been closely monitoring the situation in Egypt, and I know that we will be learning more tomorrow when day breaks.......
  • U.S. Soccer cancels February game against Egypt in Cairo

     
    The planned U.S. men's national soccer team game against Egypt in Cairo on Feb. 9 has been canceled as a result of the unrest in Egypt. In a statement released Monday afternoon, U.S. Soccer said the decision was made "due......
  • LEBANON: Protesters at embassy support Egyptians against regime

     
    Several hundred protesters gathered in front of the Egyptian embassy in Beirut Saturday to express their support for the Egyptian protest movement as President Hosni Mubarak appointed his intelligence chief vice president in an effort to quell the civil...
  • Art review: 'Charles Garabedian: A Retrospective,' Santa Barbara Museum of Art

     
    SANTA BARBARA -- Thirty years ago, Charles Garabedian first showed his gorgeous suite of nine panel-paintings called "Prehistoric Figures" as the culmination of a San Diego museum survey of his career. They haven't been seen together again since 1984's...
  • Google's Wael Ghonim still missing in Egypt; company asks for help [Updated]

     
    The search is on for Google executive Wael Ghonim, who has gone radio silent in Cairo amid the mass protests in Egypt and the government crackdown on the Internet. Concern is growing at Google's Mountain View, Calif., headquarters. The company on...
  • The Egyptian protests and 'Decolonizing Architecture'

     
    Cairo's Tahrir Square, which has been filled with protesters and as of Wednesday with violent clashes, is not to be confused with the West Bank, or the frustrations of Egyptians with those of Palestinians. But it does seem almost impossible......
  • Anderson Cooper attacked in Egypt with crew [video]

     
    Anderson Cooper was attacked in Egypt with his crew Wednesday. Protesters in Cairo, Egypt, turned on Anderson Cooper and attacked....
  • Google's SayNow rolls out service aimed at allowing Egyptians to tweet by voice

     
    Google bought SayNow on Jan. 25 and less than a week later the company has rolled out a new service aimed at helping people in Egypt send messages on Twitter, using a phone. The service, called Speek To Tweet, was announced Monday on Google's official...