Ellen Knickmeyer

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Guest

Grantee at the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and a contributor to Foreign Policy magazine

Ellen Knickmeyer on KCRW

Arab women have been a big factor in the Arab spring, as one Egyptian put it to the Economist magazine, " throwing stones, moving dead bodies ."

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In Egypt tonight, tens of thousands of protesters defied both tear gas and an official curfew imposed in Alexandria, Suez, Cairo and other parts of the country.

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