Leila Fadel

Washington Post

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Cairo Bureau Chief, and former Baghdad correspondent, for the Washington Post; former Baghdad Bureau Chief for McClatchy Newspapers and winner of the George Polk Award for Foreign Reporting

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It's been a year since the start of a revolution that may still be in process. Cairo's Tahrir Square was full of people today, some celebrated while others mourned.

One Year Later, Egypt's Revolution Is a Work in Progress

It's been a year since the start of a revolution that may still be in process. Cairo's Tahrir Square was full of people today, some celebrated while others mourned.

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In Egypt, the country's military leadership has promised to hand over power earlier than expected, no later than July 1, 2012.

Egyptian Military Promises Faster Transition to Civilian Rule

In Egypt, the country's military leadership has promised to hand over power earlier than expected, no later than July 1, 2012.

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Egypt's former President Hosni Mubarak was last seen in public when he appeared on television in February, vowing not to step down after three decades in power.

Egypt's President Goes on Trial

Egypt's former President Hosni Mubarak was last seen in public when he appeared on television in February, vowing not to step down after three decades in power.

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