Egypt protests

  • 21 Feb 2011

    As protesters in Wisconsin compare their sit in to Egypt, Sarah Smith discovers that pizza is at the centre of keeping their resolve strong.

  • 12 Feb 2011

    Gradually we are putting together the story of how President Mubarak fell. Every day we get another piece of the jigsaw, writes Lindsey Hilsum.

  • 6 Feb 2011

    With the Muslim Brotherhood now a part of negotiations with Egypt’s Vice-President Suleiman to end the country’s political unrest, the US and Israel may have to find a way to accommodate a group banned by President Mubarak, blogs Lindsey Hilsum.

  • 4 Feb 2011

    As protesters in Alexandria promise to stay on the streets, and sing “every dictator must have an end” to the tune of the national anthem, Lindsey Hilsum asks where Egypt can go from here.

  • 1 Feb 2011

    Lindsey Hilsum blogs: what a strange reversal that those who support the government have to whisper in corners while the rebels who would have been arrested two weeks ago are out there shouting in public “remove Mubarak, replace him with a sheep”.

  • 29 Jan 2011

    When revolution hits transmission problems

    The social network is on fire. Despite Egypt’s best efforts the revolution is under way. Whether it ends in Mubarak or no Mubarak, the movement for change travels on the shoulders of the web, blogs Jon Snow.