Latest update: 31/01/2011
- Algeria - Egypt - Hosni Mubarak - riots - Tunisia
"Mubarak is finished whatever happens”
International papers focus on Egyptians’ increasing suspicion of the army. It’s the first time since the start of the conflict that military helicopters hover above Cairo. Many wonder what the army’s true ambitions are, whether to support the revolution or Mubarak’s regime...
The crisis in Egypt has made the front page of most international newspapers this morning, including The International Herald Tribune, The Guardian, The New York Post, The China Daily and Libération.
We tried to get hold of the Egyptian press but internet access has been blocked there and newspaper websites were down.
The Independent wonders if Hosni Mubarak can cling on to power much longer. Middle East correspondent Robert Fisk reports from the heart of the conflict. According to him, an anti-American sentiment is growing in Egypt...
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