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West Backs Gradual Egyptian Transition
Cool Response to Plan From Protesters
By KAREEM FAHIM, MARK LANDLER and ANTHONY SHADID 30 minutes ago
The United States and European nations supported attempts by Egypt’s vice president to broker a compromise that wouldn’t immediately remove President Hosni Mubarak.
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The Obama administration is struggling to determine if a democratic revolution can succeed while President Hosni Mubarak remains, even if he is sidelined.
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American officials say Egypt’s military holds the key to the governing of Egypt and the country’s future.
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For a day, we were trapped in a brutal maze that threw abuses of Egyptians into dreadful relief.
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