adamvstheman.com Right now, the Egyptian people are being more American than we are. The streets are abuzz this morning after a night filled with protests in Egypt as they awaken to a new government. The protests of the last few days which have persisted despite violent oppression have forced this much of a concession already […]
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adamvstheman.com Tonight we took advantage of this penultimate episode of Adam VS The Man on KIVA to catch up on listener emails, but if we were in Egypt right now, this wouldn’t be possible. The efforts of the Mubarak administration to shut down anti-government protests by shutting down the internet and deploying “anti-terror” forces in […]
adamvstheman.com Jake Diliberto joins Adam from Washington, DC.
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video.news.sky.com The protests in Egypt follow the uprising in Tunisia which saw the President forced into exile. Sky’s Alex Crawford examines whether the
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