Protesters at Cairo’s Tahrir Square are demanding an end to military caretaker rule in Egypt as they continue to clash with police on Saturday, after rejecting the military’s appointment of a new prime minister.
After the expulsion of Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak by people’s power from the presidency last month, Egypt is to hold presidential elections later this year for the first time, without Mubarak’s participation.
Fresh from the political ripple effect dangling over Egypt, now Libya and Yemen, North Korea has every reason to accuse South Korean activists and lawmakers of flying balloons carrying hundreds of thousands of leaflets critical of North Korea’s government.
In October of last year, the World Bank reactivated an emergency fund that the development organization had launched in response to the 2008 food crisis.
People power once again reigns supreme in Egypt as the Egyptian people roared in jubilation at Tahrir Square when they learned that President Hosni Mubarak has resigned.
Embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has declared that he will not stand for reelection in the coming September polls.