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  • Gaddafi forces attack rebel stronghold in West

    Gaddafi forces attack rebel stronghold in West

    A day after routing a ragtag army in an eastern town near the rebel capital of Benghazi, forces loyal to Colonel Moammar el-Gaddafi launched attacks on Wednesday on the city of Misurata, the last rebel stronghold in western Libya.Phone lines, electricity and water were cut off as government forces used tanks and heavy artillery to bombard the city ...

  • Egypt's new PM speaks at Tahrir Square

    Egypt's new PM speaks at Tahrir Square

    Carried on the shoulders of protesters who claimed him as their own, Egypt's new prime minister waded into a crowd of tens of thousands in Tahrir Square on Friday, delivering a speech bereft of regal bombast that illustrated the reach of Egypt's nascent revolution and the breadth of demonstrators' demands that remain unanswered."I am here to draw m...

  • Uncharted ground after end of Egypt's regime

    Uncharted ground after end of Egypt's regime

    One revolution ended on Friday. Another may soon begin.In a moment that may prove as decisive to the Middle East as the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, 18 days of protest hurtled Egypt once again to the forefront of politics in the Middle East. In the uprising's ambition, young protesters, savvy with technology and more organized than their rulers, began to...

  • Egypt: Protesters gather for 'Friday of Departure'

    Egypt: Protesters gather for 'Friday of Departure'

    Despite a wider government crackdown, tens of thousands of Egyptians streamed toward the central Tahrir Square on Friday, carrying baskets of bread, food and water for those camped out there and apparently anticipating a long siege to press for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.As the uprising entered its 11th day, with the regime seeking to se...

  • Egypt crisis: Hosni Mubarak says he will quit after September polls

    Egypt crisis: Hosni Mubarak says he will quit after September polls

    President Hosni Mubarak declared Tuesday night that he would step down in September as modern Egypt's longest-serving leader, but that did not go far enough for the hundreds of thousands who poured into Tahrir Square in a sprawling protest that cut across entrenched lines of piety, class and ideology. Hours later, President Obama strongly suggested...

  • Egyptians wonder what's next

    Egyptians wonder what's next

    Liberation Square was liberated on Saturday.Shadowed by the landmarks of a government that turned promises of secular nationalism into a withering authoritarianism, thousands of young people did what the state of President Hosni Mubarak never allowed in 29 years. They seized control of their lives.Through the day, past the smoldering headquarters o...

  • Iraqi cleric embraces state in comeback speech

    Iraqi cleric embraces state in comeback speech

    To a rapturous welcome that conflated the religious and political, the populist Iraqi cleric Moktada al-Sadr delivered his support on Saturday for an Iraqi government that he had once derided as a traitorous tool of the United States and that his followers had battled in the streets of Iraq's most important cities only a few years before. The brief...

'Anthony Shadid New York Times' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Gaddafi forces attack rebel stronghold in West

    Gaddafi forces attack rebel stronghold in West

    A day after routing a ragtag army in an eastern town near the rebel capital of Benghazi, forces loyal to Colonel Moammar el-Gaddafi launched attacks on Wednesday on the city of Misurata, the last rebel stronghold in western Libya.Phone lines, electricity and water were cut off as government forces used tanks and heavy artillery to bombard the city ...

  • Egypt's new PM speaks at Tahrir Square

    Egypt's new PM speaks at Tahrir Square

    Carried on the shoulders of protesters who claimed him as their own, Egypt's new prime minister waded into a crowd of tens of thousands in Tahrir Square on Friday, delivering a speech bereft of regal bombast that illustrated the reach of Egypt's nascent revolution and the breadth of demonstrators' demands that remain unanswered."I am here to draw m...

  • Uncharted ground after end of Egypt's regime

    Uncharted ground after end of Egypt's regime

    One revolution ended on Friday. Another may soon begin.In a moment that may prove as decisive to the Middle East as the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, 18 days of protest hurtled Egypt once again to the forefront of politics in the Middle East. In the uprising's ambition, young protesters, savvy with technology and more organized than their rulers, began to...

  • Egypt: Protesters gather for 'Friday of Departure'

    Egypt: Protesters gather for 'Friday of Departure'

    Despite a wider government crackdown, tens of thousands of Egyptians streamed toward the central Tahrir Square on Friday, carrying baskets of bread, food and water for those camped out there and apparently anticipating a long siege to press for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.As the uprising entered its 11th day, with the regime seeking to se...

  • Egypt crisis: Hosni Mubarak says he will quit after September polls

    Egypt crisis: Hosni Mubarak says he will quit after September polls

    President Hosni Mubarak declared Tuesday night that he would step down in September as modern Egypt's longest-serving leader, but that did not go far enough for the hundreds of thousands who poured into Tahrir Square in a sprawling protest that cut across entrenched lines of piety, class and ideology. Hours later, President Obama strongly suggested...

  • Egyptians wonder what's next

    Egyptians wonder what's next

    Liberation Square was liberated on Saturday.Shadowed by the landmarks of a government that turned promises of secular nationalism into a withering authoritarianism, thousands of young people did what the state of President Hosni Mubarak never allowed in 29 years. They seized control of their lives.Through the day, past the smoldering headquarters o...

  • Iraqi cleric embraces state in comeback speech

    Iraqi cleric embraces state in comeback speech

    To a rapturous welcome that conflated the religious and political, the populist Iraqi cleric Moktada al-Sadr delivered his support on Saturday for an Iraqi government that he had once derided as a traitorous tool of the United States and that his followers had battled in the streets of Iraq's most important cities only a few years before. The brief...

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