Protesters Dismayed By Mubarak's Insistence To Stay Protesters have plans for another big day of expansive demonstrations in Egypt. They had been expecting President Hosni Mubarak to announce on Thursday that he was stepping down. Instead, Mubarak promised to transfer most of his powers to his vice president.
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Protesters Dismayed By Mubarak's Insistence To Stay

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Protesters Dismayed By Mubarak's Insistence To Stay

Protesters Dismayed By Mubarak's Insistence To Stay

Protesters Dismayed By Mubarak's Insistence To Stay

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Protesters have plans for another big day of expansive demonstrations in Egypt. They had been expecting President Hosni Mubarak to announce on Thursday that he was stepping down. Instead, Mubarak promised to transfer most of his powers to his vice president.