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‘Day of Departure’ draws to a close, but Mubarak remains

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2011-02-04

Egyptians demonstrated on Friday for an 11th straight day – which the crowds had dubbed President Hosni Mubarak's "Day of Departure" – as Egypt’s premier pledged not to use force against the protesters. Follow our roundup of the day’s events.


Date created : 2011-02-04

  • EGYPT

    Protesters press Mubarak to step down without delay

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  • EGYPT

    Mubarak fears resigning would lead Egypt 'into chaos'

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  • EGYPT

    Fast change or smooth transition, that's the question

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