Two down, Twenty-Two to Go
Egyptian dissidents (along with the masses) celebrated on Friday as Hosni Mubarak finally threw in the towel after the mass protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square, and across the country, refused to abate (and presumably the Americans finally ordered him to load up the plane with gold and go in an attempt to ensure the power structures – and thus their influence – didn't collapse completely). But the Egyptian revolution is not yet won as the military have stepped in, repressed protest and threatened to declare martial law.
From the Newswire:
Libyan solidarity in London | Algerians take to the streets
Bahrain: 1 | 2 | 3
Egypt: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
In SchNEWS: 758 | 757 | 756
Read first-hand reports from Egypt and elsewhere at Cairo Rising | Occupied Cairo | 3arabawy