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8 de Febrero de 2011

“La gente está decidida a quedarse hasta que Mubarak se marche”: Sharif Abdel Kouddous de Democracy Now! informa desde El Cairo en el 15º día de protestas a favor de la democracia

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Las protestas a favor de la democracia en Egipto han entrado en la tercera semana mientras los manifestantes realizan otra protesta masiva en la Plaza Tahrir. A pesar de que el presidente egipto Hosni Mubarak se niega a dimitir, la revista alemana Der Spiegel informa que ya hay preparativos en marcha para que Mubarak posiblemente abandone Egipto y visite Alemania para someterse a un "chequeo médico prolongado". Human Rights Watch informa que en las últimas dos semanas de protestas murieron 297 personas, un cálculo muy superior a lo que ha admitido el gobierno egipcio.

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