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Mubarak Stays

Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak defied foreign governments and tens of thousands of protesters in his own country today.He announced he would stay on. Professor Michael Lynk told us Mubarak's intransigence shows the Egyptian leader is tone deaf and this will lead to more unrest.

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