Alan Chin in Cairo: Power In Flux

Chin, Alan
February 2011
BAGnewsNotes;2/ 6/2011, p3
Blog Entry
Several photographs of anti-government protests in Egypt are presented which include one of protesters climbing on an advertising billboard, the other of protesters detaining a suspected supporter of Egyptian President Muhammad Hosni Mubarak and third of a family at the Egyptian Army checkpoint.


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