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.

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

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