Mona El-Naggar

Reporter, New York Times

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Reporter in the Cairo bureau of the New York Times

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A  televised statement  from Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman produced an eruption of joy and excitement in the biggest crowd so far on Tahrir Square.

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A televised statement from Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman produced an eruption of joy and excitement in the biggest crowd so far on Tahrir Square.

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Despite government efforts to crack down, Egypt saw more demonstrations today, and Nobel peace laureate  Mohamed ElBaradei  said he was ready to come home and lead the protest.

ElBaradei Returns Ahead of Major Demonstrations in Egypt

Despite government efforts to crack down, Egypt saw more demonstrations today, and Nobel peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei said he was ready to come home and lead the protest.

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