Close to a million are expected to fill the streets in fresh demonstrations against the government in Egypt. At least three hundred people have been killed so far and three thousand injured since demonstrations began over a week ago. All internet and phone communication has been suspended in various parts of the country. Many protestors claim the U.S. helped destabilise their country to make it more dependant on them. Mohamed El-Baradei who is the ex-chief of the International Atomic watchdog has been put forth to replace incumbent President Hosni Mubarak. Even though Egyptians want a regime change they are not sure whether this candidate will serve in their best interests or those of the U.S.
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