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The revolution will be webcast

I’m watching a live video feed from Cairo, where an estimated 2 million people are gathered to show support for a change at the top of the Egyptian government. The feed is on the Al-Jazeera website:


Reporters on the scene at Tahrir Square said the mood is more like that of a rock concert, as people are coming together in solidarity for the revolution. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is expected to speak later and announce that he won’t run for president in upcoming elections.

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