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Setting History Alight: Revolution and History in Egypt

From Jeeps running over protesters to a museum being set alight, Yehia Ghanem recalls key moments in Egypt's revolution. On Friday, January 28, the Egyptian revolution arrived at the doors of Al-Ahram newspaper, where veteran journalist and war correspondent Yehia Ghanem addressed demonstrators who were demanding that members of the editorial board be delivered to them. After persuading them to leave peacefully, he joined them as they marched towards Tahrir Square.
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