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Egypt: 'There is something in the soul that cries out for freedom'

Egypt's state-run Al-Ahram newspaper says it expects Morsi to resign or be removed from office when the army's ultimatum expires later this Wednesday. A comment piece in Al-Ahram Online says "for the first time in modern political history, a popular revolution is in the process of overthrowing an Islamist regime". We look, too, at Edward Snowden and negative reactions in the Venezuelan press to speculation that he might end up in Caracas.

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Al-Ahram reports Morsi will resign or be removed once the army's ultimatum is up

Al-Ahram Online in English: Something in the soul ...

Imad Eddine Adib commenting in El Watan News says Morsi's TV address was political suicide

The Washington Post: Obama needs to support democracy, oppose a coup in Egypt

Daily Mail: Was Edward Snowden on board plane carrying Bolivian president?

Venezuela's El Universal: Saving Agent Snowden

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