Jeffrey Fleishman

Cairo Bureau Chief, Los Angeles Times

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Cairo Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times

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After nine days of peaceful protest in Cairo, Tahrir Square erupted in violence today, just hours after President Hosni Mubarak said  he would not run  for re-election.

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After nine days of peaceful protest in Cairo, Tahrir Square erupted in violence today, just hours after President Hosni Mubarak said he would not run for re-election.

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After President Mubarak declared  he would not run for-re-election  last night, President Obama went on TV with  his assessment  of the ongoing protests in Egypt.

Peaceful Protests Turn Violent in Egypt

After President Mubarak declared he would not run for-re-election last night, President Obama went on TV with his assessment of the ongoing protests in Egypt.

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As a candidate, President Obama promised to reach out to Arabs and Muslims, especially in the Middle East.

Obama Goes on Al Arabiya, George Mitchell Goes to the Middle East

As a candidate, President Obama promised to reach out to Arabs and Muslims, especially in the Middle East.

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