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Conflicting reports are coming out of Egypt at this hour, about whether Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will be stepping down tonight. Egypt's Army Chief of Staff told protestors that “all your demands will be met tonight’;, but State run TV in Egypt is saying Mubarak won't be stepping down. Kerry Gillette of La Pine who has lived in Egypt, is watching the new developments with much interest: “If he does step down, I don't know what that will mean. Will the protestors accept the transitional government, the newly elected VP and Prime Minister? People are really hopeful.” Hosni Mubarak is expected to make a live address tonight from the Presidential Palace in Cairo.

 

 

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