CAIRO, EGYPT (GaeaTimes.com)- The political turmoil and civil unrest in Egypt and the resultant political pressure from allies has forced the President Hosni Mubarak to retreat from his earlier stance and experts predict the countdown for his ouster has started.
CAIRO, EGYPT (GaeaTimes.com)- Mohamed ElBaradei, one of the leading opposition leaders in the trouble-torn Egypt issued his support to the anti-government protests that have been ongoing in parts of the country for the past few days and called for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak amidst the crisis.
MULTAN - Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that the current situation in Egypt or Tunisia cannot be compared with that of Pakistan, as the country's "institutions are working and democracy is functional".
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt is facing the toughest challenge to his 30-year rule but he is not the only dictator in the world not to read the signals on his radar.
CAIRO - The massive uprising to oust Egyptian president of 30 years Hosni Mubarak were scaled up Monday with protesters, who have defied curfew and remain unfazed despite fighter jets and tanks, planning to hold a march of over a million people through the streets of Cairo Tuesday.
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