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Powerful weekend victories propel Egypt's revolution
The new Egypt, where the PM resigns on Facebook
Egypt PM resigns, but protesters vow to stay in Tahrir Square
Egyptians protest in Tahrir, angry over new cabinet
Egypt revolution: With a military junta in charge, now the politics start
Egypt's VP uses state TV to blame unrest on 'foreign agendas'
Egypt protests: An endgame seems to be approaching, but whose?
Egypt street battles: How Cairo's Tahrir Square turned into a war zone overnight
ElBaradei arrives at Tahrir Square for what could be a key moment
Cairo protesters: 'We’re staying here until Mubarak leaves.'
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