World shows support for Egyptian protests

Protesters in Turkey, Lebanon and all across the world have joined in worldwide demonstrations in support of the anti-government protests in Cairo.

January 31, 2011 14:54


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As anti-government protests in Egypt reached their seventh day, protesters in countries around the world have joined in a global rally in support of the demonstrations in Cairo.

Supporters in Istanbul rallied in front of the Egyptian consulate in Turkey, calling for the ousting of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

In Lebanon, dozens of local Egyptians rallied in Beirut and also called for Mubarak's removal.

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From Paris to London, Egyptians and others gathered together to show solidarity while they track the events in Cairo.

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