Dan Murphy

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In the Middle East today crackdowns continued on anti-government protesters.

Egypt Marks Week without Mubarak, Other Governments Crackdown

In the Middle East today crackdowns continued on anti-government protesters.

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In Egypt today, protests are spreading, workers are striking and government efforts at gradual reform are being ignored.

Egyptian Protesters Turn Up the Pressure on Mubarak

In Egypt today, protests are spreading, workers are striking and government efforts at gradual reform are being ignored.

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