CBS News says this image of correspondent Lara Logan was taken in Tahrir Square shortly before she was assaulted.
April 29, 2011 "There was no doubt in my mind that I was in the process of dying," she says on this Sunday's edition of 60 Minutes. "I thought not only am I going to die, but it's going to be just a torturous death that's going to go on forever."
Mohamed ElBaradei, in the garden of his Cairo home earlier today (April 25, 2011).
April 25, 2011 The former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says nations that have the weapons need to make it clear they wish to move to a "world free from nuclear weapons." And the enrichment process must be put under international control, he says.
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Some Egyptians celebrated today (April 13, 2011) outside the Sharm el-Sheikh courthouse where former President Hosni Mubarak's sons Alaa and Gamal were being questioned.
April 13, 2011 The former Egyptian president collapsed under questioning Tuesday after refusing to eat or drink in the two days since authorities said they would investigate corruption during his nearly 30 years in office.
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April 12, 2011 The former Egyptian president is being treated at a hospital in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, The Associated Press and Reuters report.
Many Egyptians have continued to gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square to demand reform. These men were there Sunday.
April 11, 2011 The news from Egypt of an "unprecedented legal summons" that calls on former President Hosni Mubarak and his family to face an anti-corruption probe is welcomed by those opposed his regime.
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March 22, 2011 Parts of the building have collapsed. Flames appear to have engulfed about seven floors.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (in red) shook hands with a child as she visited Cairo's Tahrir Square earlier today (March 16, 2011).
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March 16, 2011 "To see where this revolution happened and all that it has meant to the world is extraordinary for me," the U.S. secretary of state added.
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"We have an enormous stake in ensuring that Egypt and Tunisia provide models for the kind of democracy that we want to see," Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a congressional panel.
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March 10, 2011 As Egypt and Tunisia struggle to form viable governments following the exit of their longtime leaders, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton plans to visit the two nations next week. She told Congress that she hopes to help the two countries move toward democracy.
February 24, 2011 When an armed rebellion breaks out it's clear why a government might fall. But when protesters take to the streets without violence, why is it sometimes enough to topple a government? Joshua A. Tucker takes a look Egypt.
Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi has created an all-woman bodyguard unit for himself. Here, they're with him in Italy in 2009.
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February 23, 2011 Create a parallel military, have multiple security services constantly spying on each other, and be willing to use those tools to suppress the opposition.
Feb. 4: Anti-government protesters held a sign referencing the Facebook social networking website that was important in organizing protesters in Tahrir Square.
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February 22, 2011 "A young man in his twenties wanted to express his gratitude about the victories the youth of 25th of January have achieved and chose to express it in the form of naming his firstborn girl Facebook Jamal Ibrahim," Al-Ahram reports.
An Egyptian soldier greeted demonstrators with national flags today in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
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February 18, 2011 But there's also concern among activists that the military isn't meeting with them as it maps out plans for reform. They're aiming to keep pressure on leaders to fulfill their promises.
February 17, 2011 Human Rights Watch says Egypt's military arrested at least 150 peaceful protesters, activists and journalists since taking over security during the country's uprising. They remain behind bars. Many others might also be secretly detained.
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A garbage container burned during protests Monday (Feb. 14, 2011) in Tehran.
February 15, 2011 That nation's government has shown it's willing to crack down, and anti-government protesters have adopted a different kind of strategy regarding demonstrations.
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February 15, 2011 Pressure is mounting on the government in Bahrain.
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