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(NY Times) The Egyptian government intensified efforts to crush a fresh wave of protests on Wednesday, banning public gatherings, detaining hundreds of peopled demanding an end to the government of President Hosni Mubarak.
(AP) -- Internet service in Egypt was disrupted and the government deployed an elite special operations force in Cairo on Friday, hours before an anticipated new wave of anti-government protests.
(Mail Online) The wife of Tunisia's ousted president fled the chaos-stricken country with one-and-a-half tons of gold worth more than £35million, it emerged yesterday.
HEADLINES WITH LINKS:
Egypt's Day of Wrath
Hundreds held in Egypt protests
Anti-government protests erupt in Yemen
Dramatic footage of fresh clashes in Tunisia as police fire tear gas
Protesters in Egypt Defy Ban as Government Cracks Down
Egypt: Internet down, police counterterror unit up
Three killed and 250 wounded as thousands clash with police and protests boil over on streets of Egypt and Lebanon
Egypt president's son, family flee to Britain
Tunisia's President Flees After Riots Fanned by WikiLeaks
Wife of Tunisian president fled riot-torn country with 1.5 TONNES of gold (that should help feed the son-in-law's pet tiger)
Tunisia issues intl warrant for ousted president
Tunisia suicide protester Mohammed Bouazizi dies
Egypt on edge as demonstrations turn violent
Egypt Bans Demonstrations After Tunisia-Inspired Rallies Leave Three Dead
Arab rulers rush to buy calm in wake of Tunisia revolt
Egypt launches crackdown on protesters as US urges reform
Warily Eyeing Egypt, Israelis Feel Like Spectators
Israeli min. urges Egypt to use force
US cautions Egyptians against violence
Tunisian PM unveils new cabinet
Egyptian Stock Market Halted; Losses Deepen After Re-Open
Game Over: First Tunisia now Egypt?
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