Hundreds of thousands of protesters in Cairo erupted in celebration Friday after the country's new vice president, Omar Suleiman, announced on state television that Hosni Mubarak, after more than three decades in power, had stepped down. Protesters chanted "Egypt is free! Egypt is free!" (with video) Read more»
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In the strongest signal yet that President Hosni Mubarak would cede power Thursday night, the Egyptian armed forces announced that they had begun to take "necessary measures to protect the nation and support the legitimate demands of the people." Read more»
Thousands of people are gathering in central Cairo, answering a call by opponents of President Hosni Mubarak for a "march of a million" Tuesday in the capital. Many protesters defied a curfew to bunker down overnight in Tahrir Square. (with video) Read more»