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Egyptian Protesters Demand More than an Apology

Hundreds of Egyptians dressed in black clothes with white ribbons pinned to their chests protested in Cairo, demanding an apology to female activists and journalists who were allegedly beaten and sexually harassed during demonstrations last Wednesday. Demonstrators took to the streets last week to hold a rally against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and protest a referendum vote on a constitutional amendment intended to encourage multi-party elections. Some call the amendment a step toward democracy, while others insist it is merely a cosmetic change aimed at appeasing the West and allow the ruling party to retain power. Full Story

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