Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, 76, talks to anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square on Feb. 4. Tantawi now heads the military council running Egypt. Khaled Desoukia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Egyptians, Trust Is Key As Army Takes Lead

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Amid Cleanup, Egyptian Protesters Plan Reunion

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Egyptians Rejoice As Mubarak Steps Down

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Egyptian Protesters Expand Their Reach

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Youth Leaders May Keep Egyptian Protests Going

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Thousands In Egypt Gather For 'Departure Friday'

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Tunisia's Interim Government Faces Hurdles

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Repression Still In Place In Tunisia, Activists Warn

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Young, unemployed men play cards in a cafe of Sidi Bouzid, the rural Tunisian town where a street vendor, Mohammed Bouazizi, set himself on fire, triggering recent protests. Mathias Depardon/ hide caption

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Rural Tunisians Hope Revolt Brings Jobs, Opportunity

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Tunisia's Interim Government Faces Power Struggle

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Tunisia Simmers After Sudden Uprisings

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Critics Fear Democracy Is Eroding In Hungary

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Hungarian students in downtown Budapest take part in a demonstration Dec. 20, 2010, against new laws that will give the state authority far-reaching powers over private media. Ferenc Isza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hungarian Media Laws Embarrass European Allies

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Ursula Biondi holds her infant son (both dressed in prison clothes) in this undated photo. Biondi was among thousands of Swiss teenagers and young adults who were sent to prison or labor camps without trial. After decades of silence, they are now speaking out. Courtesy Ursula Biondi hide caption

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For Young Swiss Rebels, A Dark Chapter In History

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