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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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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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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