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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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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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