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October 7, 2013

Egypt

In January of 2011, anti-government protests in Egypt started out relatively peacefully, but soon escalated as the world was watched the country cope with chaos and the eventual resignation of former President Mubarak.

Now, the country is in the process of rebuilding the government — and in the wake of the Arab Spring, many feel that what happens here will be a cue for what will happen in other countries going through the same process.

Watch our complete coverage of the events that led to the revolution here and keep up with developments as the country progresses.

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CAIRO (AP) — Hundreds of students supporting Egypt's ousted president battled security forces Sunday at ...

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Jon Stewart is involved in a Twitter spat over the arrest of an Egyptian comedian.

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The latest from Egypt, Yemen and Syria.

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Christians, Muslims and security forces fought in Cairo Sunday night.

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The military has taken power as the future for Egypt is in flux.

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Why young people are leading the charge for change.

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Thousands gathered Saturday to support Egyptians as they protest their government.

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The country erupted in protests over the weekend.

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