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Egyptian officials revealed that since the political uprising in January, more than 1,000 Egyptian artifacts have gone missing.
Oxford Dictionaries Online, the younger, hipper cousin of the OED, proposed an idea in the aftermath of the Egyptian revolution (or at least this first leg of it): To make Mubarak a verb.
Mubarak’s got some serious megalomaniac style.
Tonight, the scene in Tahrir Square and across Egypt is one of jubilation. See what the Egyptians are seeing during the continuing fanfare.
“Egypt is free!”
-ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTERS in Tahrir Square, celebrating in Cairo after it was announced that Egypt’s president, Hosni Mubarak, was resigning (via CNN)
Good Monday morning, NewsFeeders! We’re glad you made it into work today. Shake off that Super Bowl hangover and put on a happy face – because whether you were a Packers supporter or not, we all have to get along this coming week.
Rumors abound that the family of besieged Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, have fled their country … to England’s “green and pleasant land.”
As reporters swarm to get updates from the conflict in Egypt, many enter harm’s way. Big-name anchors are no exception.