The graffiti in Tahrir Square tells a different story.
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An Egyptian protester paints graffiti reading, “Down with the military rule,” on Friday, as tens of thousands rallied in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
(Photo by Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images.)
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An Egyptian woman mourns over the coffins of some of the 24 Coptic Christians killed during overnight clashes. (Photo by Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images.)
(During a recent reporting trip to Egypt, Margaret Warner reported on simmering unrest in post-revolution Egypt.)
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“The public expects me to keep doing this, I can’t just stop at this point.”
NPR’s Andy Carvin on his curated Twitter stream, where he has been a go-to source for tweets from and about the situations in Tunisia, Egypt, Iran, Bahrain and more.
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