“Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has held talks with ministers to try to revive an economy hit by a wave of anti-government protests.”
The New York Times: Egypt officials seek to nudge Mubarak out
“Military leaders, vice president, others look at limiting president’s powers”
AlJazeera English: Egypt protesters hold their ground
“With protests demanding end to Mubarak’s rule entering the 12th day, people in Tahrir Square prepared to wait him out.”
YLE Finland: West Supported Mubarak to Promote Its Own Interests
“Finland’s Foreign Minister, Alexander Stubb, says western nations should look carefully in the mirror with regards to current events in Egypt.
Speaking on the YLE programme Ykkösaamu on Saturday, Stubb observed western nations had supported Egypt’s autocratic
presidency in order to secure their own interests.
Concerns over the state of democracy and of human rights had taken a back seat, he added.”