Friday, February 11, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
It's Friday, February 11th.
An internal CSIS memo reminds agency employees not to wear their souvenir CSIS t-shirts and lapel pins in public, to avoid being outed as spies.
Currently, the memo also suggests that employees not use "Secret Agent Man" as their cell phone ring tone.
This is The Current.PART ONE
It's confirmed. President Hosni Mubarak has resigned. Vice President Suleiman made the announcement on state TV just minutes ago. Today, it appears the protesters have won. For the latest on the situation, we reached CBC's Margaret Evans in Cairo.Cairo - Heba Aly
The Current's producer, Heba Aly, is also in Cairo. She was in the neighbourhood of Haram, getting reaction to the latest news.Cairo - Pro-Mubarak
While much of the population is celebrating the news, there are some Egyptians who would have liked to have seen President Mubarak oversee a change in government. Sherif Hany owns an advertising agency in Cairo. And he joined us from Cairo.
Other segments from today's show: