Outside the court in Cairo where former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been on trial, a man earlier today held a sign saying there was a noose waiting for Mubarak. Marco Longari /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mubarak Verdict Due On June 2

If he's found guilty of ordering the deaths of protesters last year, Egypt's former president could be put to death.

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Egyptian Elections: 62 Percent Turnout

The country's first freely elected parliament is likely to be dominated by Islamist religious parties.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (in red) shook hands with a child as she visited Cairo's Tahrir Square earlier today (March 16, 2011). Paul J. Richards /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Secretary Clinton: Visiting Cairo's Tahrir Square Is 'Exciting And Very Moving'

"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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In Egypt: 'Mini-Revolutions;' Labor Protests

While the military wants to get the country back to normal, the workers are "trying to get their own demands, their own voices, heard in their particular workplaces."

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An Egyptian anti-goverment holds his national flag as he shouts slogans against President Hosni Mubarak at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 10, 2011, on the 17th day of protests against Mubarak's regime. Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Egypt: Fear Of A Crackdown, But Protesters Remain Determined

Warnings from Egypt's vice president and foreign minister, and reports about the military allegedly torturing some people, have protesters worried.

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