Egypt; Chaos in Cairo

Political turmoil has overtaken the streets of Cairo, Egypt. Tanks have been called in, and President Hosni Mubarak has released his entire cabinet. Along with the shutdown of their internet, including Facebook and Twitter, the citizens have taken their voices of opposition to the streets and formed some very intense protests that have led to some deaths. While many things have unfolded because of the violence, it certainly is not over. And, things only look to get worse.

Watch HERE at Aljazeera for a live stream of the happenings.

Defiant Protesters in Egypt
People power: As dawn breaks, an Egyptian man stands in front of a burning armoured vehicle in central Cairo. Despite the one-sided nature of armed troops versus civilians, protesters remain defiant

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