Udi Segal

Diplomatic Correspondent, Israel's Channel 2 News

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Diplomatic correspondent for Channel 2 News in Israel

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The crowds in Egypt today were bigger than ever, a "remarkable tapestry," a crowd "far bigger and more tumultuous than any in the previous week," according to the  New York Times ,…

'Jubilant' in Egypt, Cautious in Washington

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The crowds in Egypt today were bigger than ever, a "remarkable tapestry," a crowd "far bigger and more tumultuous than any in the previous week," according to the New York Times, "from…

The Pressure Mounts on Mubarak and Obama

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