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Updated February 1, 2011 - 11:29 PM EST

Mubarak Won't Seek Reelection; Protesters Unpacified

    Millions of Protesters Flood Egypt Streets
  Egyptian Military Rules Out Attacking Protesters
  Egypt Announces Total Shutdown of Cell Phone Service

Torturers, Jailers, Spies Lead Egypt's 'New' Government

Israelis Slam Obama for 'Betrayal' of Mubarak
  US Increases Pressure on Mubarak to Act Quickly in Wake of Riots
  As ElBaradei Rises, US Works to Size Him Up

Dem Lawmaker Calls on US to Cut Off Aid to Egypt

Jordan's King Sacks Cabinet in Wake of Protests
  US 'Bought' Jordan Escalation in Afghanistan
Protests Spread to Rural Yemen
Somali Soldier Slaughters 17 Civilians as Gun Jams
Tacoma Spied on Antiwar Activists, Angry at Leak of Proof
Why Washington Clings to a Failed Middle East Strategy  by Gareth Porter
What Corruption and Force Have Wrought in Egypt  by Chris Hedges
Things Have to Change in Order to Remain the Same  by Paul Craig Roberts
Making Mahem [sic]  by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
The Mideast Burns  by Eric Margolis
Let My People Go  by Thomas Knapp

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White House: We're Not Taking Sides in Egypt

Library of Alexandria Protected by Youth, Demonstrators

Assad Says Syria Immune From Unrest Roiling Egypt

Pirates Could Soon Face US Military Action

Egypt and the US

Egypt Crisis a Fresh Dilemma for Obama Team

Congressional Leaders Back 'One Voice' Approach to Egypt

US Official Is to Meet With Egypt's Mubarak

Obama's Egypt Response Largely Supported by Republicans

Rep. Ron Paul Calls Egypt a 'Mess' Made by US Intervention

Egypt's Mohamed ElBaradei a 'Stooge,' Says So-Called American Jewish Leader

Egyptian Protesters Are Conflicted Over US Role

Top Firms Lobbied for Egypt Hundreds of Times

Egypt and the Media

Al-Jazeera Says 6 Journalists Restricted in Egypt

Al Jazeera English Finds an Audience

Google, Twitter Team Up for Egyptians to Send Tweets Via Phone

Internet: Protesters Jury-Rigging Workarounds for Egypt's Internet 'Kill Switch'

Last Internet Provider in Egypt Goes Dark

Egypt's Web Blockade Raises Concerns About 'Kill Switch' for Internet

Middle East

Jordan Protests Pressure King, but Respect for Monarchy Remains

Tunisians Wary as Islamists Emerge From Hiding

EU OKs Sanctions Against Tunisia's Ben Ali and Wife

Perils for Envoys in Iraq After US Exit, Report Says

Monday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 20 Wounded

The War at Home

Bar Manager: Mosque Bomb Plot Suspect Vowed Blast

TSA Chief: Airports Won't Hire Private Screeners

Janet Napolitano Accuses Critics of Politicizing Border Issues

Family of Slain Ex-Pentagon Official Wants Info


WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Dressed as Old Woman to Evade CIA

Clinton Calls Home US Envoys in Post-Mortem on WikiLeaks Crisis


Pakistani Forces Kill 21 'Terrorists' in Mohmand Agency

Suicide Bomber Kills Three Police, Two Civilians in Pakistan

Sudan Accepts Secession Vote, Bids South 'Good Luck'

South Sudan: Contested Abyei Region Belongs in South


South Korea Says North Summit Possible if Talks Go Well

Ex-Prisoner Can't Pull His Mind Away From North Korea

Mubarak on the Brink

Mubarak to Talk With Opposition as 250,000 Protesters Gather in Cairo

Mubarak Swears in New Government - of Old Faces

'We're Stronger Than the Police and Mubarak'

Mubarak's Grip on Power Is Shaken

Who Is Omar Suleiman?

State TV in Egypt Offers Different Perspective

Analysis: Egypt Has Limited War Chest to Avert Financial Crisis

How Egypt Pulled the Plug on the Internet

Egyptians Soldier On

Egypt's Economy Is Near Paralysis

Egyptians Stock Up on Food, Water as Protests Rage

Egypt Antiquities Chief: Items Damaged by Museum Intruders Restorable; Only Gift Shop Was Looted

Egypt: In Crowd’s Euphoria, No Clear Leadership Emerges

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Mutes Its Religious Message for Protests

Egypt and Israel/Palestine

Behind-The-Scenes Israeli, Palestinian Backing of Mubarak

Israel Allows Egypt Troops in Sinai for First Time Since 1979 Peace Treaty

Gazans Hope Egyptian Upheaval May Unlock Border

Egypt and the World

Oil Price Tops $101 on Egypt Crisis

Chaos at Cairo Airport as Foreigners Flee Egypt

Crisis in Egypt Spurs Fears of Impact on Global Economy

State Dept: 1,200 Americans Evacuated From Egypt

Hundreds of American College Students Leaving Egypt as Uprising Intensifies

Moody's Downgrades Egypt, Outlook Changed to Negative


Officials Lay Cornerstone for New East Jerusalem Settlement

Huckabee: Israel Can Build in West Bank Because of God


Iran Summons US Hiker Sarah Shourd for Spying Trial

UK Def Sec: Iran Could Have Nuclear Weapons Next Year

Iran to Hold Nuclear Achievements Expo


In Myanmar's Gleaming New Capital, Uncertain Promise

Prime Minister of Thailand Is Accused of Crimes Against Humanity


Russian Police Arrest Dozens at Anti-Government Rallies

Former Russian Spy Anna Chapman Preparing for Career as an MP

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The Hosni Mubarak Fan Club

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Fearing the Reaper (Drone)

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Withdrawing Consent

Philip Giraldi
The Road to National Suicide

Ivan Eland
A Hezbollah-Run Lebanon Poses Little Threat to US Security

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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