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The Egyptian Revolution: One Year Later

January 24, 2012
Web Exclusive

On the first anniversary of the Jan. 25th protests in Tahrir Square, we’ll speak to Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous live from Cairo. We will also air an excerpt of the new HBO documentary, "In Tahrir Square," featuring Sharif. We’ll talk to the filmmakers, Jon Alpert and Matt O’Neill.

Stream Democracy Now! live at 8am EST

Read Sharif’s latest piece for The Nation magazine, Tahrir One Year Later: The Fight for Egypt’s Future.

Watch Democracy Now!’s reports on the Uprising in Egypt.

Click here to follow Sharif on Twitter.


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