Ban Ki Moon has some sharp words for Hosni Mubarak.
With little to no police presence in many areas, the health system is vulnerable to ransacking and looting. Meanwhile, protestors are setting up their own medical treatment centers.
What is particularly significant is that the attackers were uniformed military police, not simply "pro-regime thugs."
Egyptian #Jan25 activist Mona Seif offers a vivid and horrifying account of violence from Tahrir square yesterday. From Al Jazeera.
Leaders throughout the Arab world who seek to avoid the fate of Hosni Mubarak and Tunisia's Ben Ali would be wise to take heed to the recommendations of the 2009 Arab Human Development Report.
Peaceful protests are no longer. Pro-regime thugs are descending on Tahrir square spoiling for a fight.
My first experience with the Muslim Brotherhood, the large, Egypt-based radical movement known in Arabic as "al Ikhwan", was actually kind of frightening, and it led me to misunderstand what it represented.
A list of some of the best Twitter users to follow if you want to stay updated on the dramatic events in Egypt.