February 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);2/4/2011, Vol. 195 Issue 5028, p2
The article offers news briefs related to politics in the Middle East. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has desired to leave office but warned that his early departure may lead to chaos and social disarray in the country. Hundreds of Palestinians have demonstrated to show their support in anti-Mubarak movements in Gaza. The U.S. government and Egyptian officials are considering the suggestion for President Mubarak's immediate departure to prevent further crisis in Egypt.


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