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Millions Against Mubarak: Protesters Flood Tahrir Square in Cairo

One week after the unprecedented popular uprising began in Egypt, more than 2 million people descend on Tahrir Square to demand regime change in the country.
 
 
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One week after the unprecedented popular uprising began in Egypt, more than two million people descend on Tahrir Square in Cairo, defying the military curfew, to demand regime change in the country. The Egyptian army has declared they will not use force and have recognized the "legitimate grievances" of the people. We speak to Sharif Abdel Kouddous, senior producer at Democracy Now!, live from Tahrir Square. "I am standing in an ocean of people... They are demanding with one voice for the President Mubarak to step down," Kouddous says. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO.

Amy Goodman is the host of the nationally syndicated radio news program, Democracy Now! .

 
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