- Changes in Egypt Celebrated in Washington, New York
Egyptians in US are rejoicing after end of Hosni Mubarak’s regime 米国ではエジプト人はムバラク政権の終了後に喜んでいる
- Vice-President 'wanted me to die slowly'
WITH the overthrow of the Mubarak regime, it is likely much more will now be revealed about the role Egypt played in the torture of terrorist suspects for Western nations. ムバラク政権の転覆と、それは可能性がはるかに今エジプトは西側諸国のテロ容疑者の拷問に果たした役割について明らかにされるです
- Egypt's Tahrir Square returns to normal as army clears protesters
However, a small hardcore of demonstrators remain in the square at the centre of the protests that brought down Hosni Mubarak's regime
- Egypt: a trigger for regional change | Editorial
Shockwaves of the revolution are being felt throughout the Middle EastAny fears that the revolution could be reversed by Egypt's military rulers began to recede yesterday. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, now the official ruler in Egypt, dissolved parliament, suspended the constitution and confirmed that an election would be called in six months' time. It did not directly address the third demand, that emergency rule would be lifted, but a committee will be formed to amend the constitution, which includes the hated emergency law. Brick by brick, the structure of Hosni Mubarak's regime is being dismantled. As cars began circling Cairo's Tahrir Square for the first time in more than two weeks – and there were scuffles between soldiers and protesters who refused to leave – political progress was at long last being made. A march of victory has been called for the end of this week, but one of the opposition leaders, Ayman Nour, was right to say that the military's actions were meeting the protesters' central demands.Egypt will be preoccupied with its own affairs for some time to come, but it is clear that the shockwave of last week's events is already being felt throughout the region. The first to feel its effects was the Palestinian leadership in the West Bank – for whom the former Egyptian president was a trusted ally in the fight to contain and control Fatah's rival, Hamas. Mahmoud Abbas, whose own term as president has expired and whose legitimacy has been questioned, announced that general elections would be held by September. His aide, Yasser Abed-Rabbo, called upon all parties to participate, a plea that Hamas rejected. With up to 1,000 of their members in Palestinian Authority prisons, it is not difficult to see why. Their ability to contest an election in th 革命の蜀咲は、革命は、エジプトの軍の定規によって逆転させることができることは中東EastAnyの懸念でフェルトされている昨日後退し始めた
- Google hero lifts activists' spirits
Hosni Mubarak's regime yesterday failed once again to convince the huge crowds in Tahrir Square that its commitment to political reform was sufficiently meaningful for the demonstrations to come to an end.In a clear indication... ムバラク政権昨日のデモがend.In明確に示すに来ての政治改革への取り組みが十分に有意義であったことは解放党広場で巨大な群集を説得し、再び失敗...