Wael Ghonim talking with reporters on Feb. 8, 2011, in Cairo's Tahrir Square as protests there continued. Khaled Desouki /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As an anti-government protester chanted today in Cairo, an Egyptian Army soldier watched from the roof of parliament. John Moore/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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After addressing the crowd of protesters, Wael Ghonim spoke to reporters at Cairo's Tahrir square on Tuesday (Feb. 8, 2011.) Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wael Ghonim greeted thousands of anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square earlier today (Feb. 8, 2011). John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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