Hosni Mubarak Wheeled Into Courtroom On A Gurney
The ousted Egyptian president, at 83-years-old and in ill health, was rolled into a Cairo courtroom on a hospital bed. Mubarak is on trial for killing hundreds of protesters during the popular uprising that removed him from his decades-long rule. He unsurprisingly plead "not guilty."
President Obama Comments On The Fall Of Mubarak
President Obama makes his first comments following the departure of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, praising the peaceful protests which led to revolution by quoting Martin Luther King: “There’s something in the soul that cries for freedom.” A moving and inspirational speech marking a momentous day in history.
Egypt vs. Charlie Sheen: Which Do You Care About More?
There's a world-changing, history-making battle brewing. In one corner stands the population of Egypt, fighting for equal rights against an oppressive dictator; in the other is actor Charlie Sheen with five porn stars and a suitcase full of cocaine. Who. Will. Win?!
BBC Reporter Beaten and Tased by Egyptian Police
Assad Sawey, bandaged and bloody, describes being beaten and shocked with cattle prods by Egyptian police while he was covering the mass uprising. He considers himself lucky, saying that other reporters were being rounded up by plain clothed authorities and taken to "somewhere unknown."
Video Of Protester Being Shot In Egypt
Disturbing footage of a street protester being shot in Egypt. The condition and identity of the victim is unknown. They appear to have been participating in anti-government protests that have engulfed the Middle Eastern nation in the past few days. The Mubarak regime has imposed an internet and text messaging blackout in Egypt, presumably to stymie further organizing and prevent images such as these from sparking a Tunisia-style overthrow.