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Women protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Feb. 6, 2011.

If not for a group of Egyptian women leading the way to Tahrir Square last Jan. 25, the revolution might never have begun. Read more»

As the first traffic returned to the streets of Tahrir Square on Sunday, following 18 days of anti-government demonstrations there that topped the 30-year regime of Hosni Mubarak, members of Egypt's internal security forces took to the streets in a rare moment of protest. Read more»

Egyptian's celebrate their revolution, Friday.

Three young people with Tucson connections have direct insights into the turmoil in Egypt and Tunisia. For one, it was her first day on the job in Tahrir Square. Another was participating in a study abroad program, and the third was moving back to her homeland after living in Tucson. None expected to find themselves in the middle of a revolution. Read more»

Protesters in Cairo, Friday.

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»

An Egyptian demonstrator on Wednesday.

Tens of thousands of people, all on their feet, crowded Cairo's central Tahrir Square on Thursday, expecting an announcement from President Hosni Mubarak that he would resign. (with video) Read more»