Mubarak gone, workers fight on


This is a 13 February 2018 TV video about a portrait of deposed dictator Mubarak being removed from an Egyptian government building.

“Egypt, A People Victorious” – New column by DN! correspondent Anjali Kamat: here.

Egypt crisis: Protests switch to demands on pay: here. And here.

Egypt and US media: Journalists upset with Anderson Cooper for committing journalism: here.

Protesters Clash With Government Allies in Yemen: here.

The Middle East Revolution of 2011 is a process, and we are entering the next phase: here.

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