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11 de Febrero de 2011

En directo desde El Cairo: Sharif Abdel Kouddous y Anjali Kamat de Democracy Now! comentan sobre el "Viernes de partida" en Egipto

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Manifestaciones masivas se están celebrando en ciudades de todo Egipto, como El Cairo, Mahala, Tanta, Alejandría, Ismailia y Suez. En El Cairo, los manifestantes han ampliado sus reuniones más allá de la plaza Tahrir con protestas frente a varios edificios del gobierno incluyendo el palacio presidencial, el parlamento, y las oficinas de la televisión estatal egipcia. Sharif Abdel Kouddous y Anjali Kamat de Democracy Now! nos informan en directo desde El Cairo.

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