Egyptian Protesters Attacked; ElBaradei Explores Presidential Bid

10.03.2011 - El Cairo - Democracy Now!

The attack comes one day after 13 people were killed and more than 140 wounded in sectarian clashes between Muslims and Coptic Christians.

In other news from Egypt, Nobel Peace Laureate Mohamed ElBaradei has announced he will run in upcoming presidential elections, but only on the condition of meaningful democratic reforms during the transition. ElBaradei returned to Egypt when the uprising broke out, after spending many years abroad.

Categories: Middle East, Politics


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