Women in Cairo walk past a shopping center Monday that was damaged during the anti-government uprising. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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Lawlessness Could Hijack Egypt's Popular Uprising
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Chaos At Cairo Airport As Evacuations Begin
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Fighting For Freedom In Egypt, With Dignity
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Protesters, Police Clash In Egypt After Friday Prayers
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Protesters In Egypt Push For Mubarak To Leave
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Defying Ban, Egyptians Stage More Protests
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Anti-Government Protests Erupt Across Egypt
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Southerners living in Jabarona, many of them Christian, pack up to head back to their homeland in the south. Many say they can't stay for fear of a backlash by the Sudanese government and its security forces after the referendum. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Christians Flock To South Sudan, Fear Future In North
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A supermarket smolders after it was sacked and looted in Bizerte, Tunisia, on Jan. 15. Despite the continuation of random attacks by forces loyal to the country's former president, residents of the northern port city say they are striving to get on with their lives. Hassene Dridi/AP hide caption

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Tunisians Eager To Hold On To Newfound Freedom
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Tunisia's Coalition Government Is In Turmoil
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Tunisia's New Government Off To A Shaky Start
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Unity Government Fails To Quell Tunisia Violence
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North Waits As Southern Sudan Votes On Secession
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In Northern Sudan, Pain At Possible Partition
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A billboard counts down the days before the independence referendum in Sudan's southern capital of Juba. Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Northern Sudanese Resigned To Secession
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