Posts Tagged ‘Journalists’

18 days of protest culminate in Mubarak’s ouster


Cairo, Egypt (CNN) — Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down Friday and handed over power to the military, his nearly three decades of iron rule ended by a groundswell of popular protests that began January 25.

Mubarak’s departure ‘victory for people’


WORLD leaders have hailed the toppling of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak as an historic victory for people power, paving the way for democracy, amid scenes of jubilation.

Global day of solidarity for Egypt


When:         Saturday February 12 2011 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Where:       Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000

Three keys to Egypt’s future


The demonstrations that erupted on January 25 were driven by Egyptians’ aspirations for greater dignity in their lives. Most Egyptians have seen their standard of living deteriorate over the past decade because of rising unemployment, persistent inflation and stagnant wages.

Fate of Copts ignored by the secular West


Coptic Christians attend a church service in Cairo. Many of their faith have taken to the streets in support of President Hosni Mubarak.

Journalists targeted in Cairo’s street battles


“Journalists have become the target of violent attacks as clashes between loyalists of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and protesters seeking his downfall have turned central Cairo into a battle zone.”

Australian Government’s Reaction To Moscow Vs Alexandria


As Australians across the nation celebrate Australia Day, the Australian Coptic Community are bewildered after witnessing Prime Minister Gillard’s strong words of condemnation following the devastating Moscow terror attack that has claimed at least 35 lives.

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