January 2011: Activists in Egypt call for an uprising in their own country, to protest against poverty, unemployment, government corruption and the rule of president Hosni Mubarak, who has been in power for three decades.January 25: On a national holiday to commemorate the police forces, Egyptians take to the streets in large numbers, calling it a "day of rage".Egypt remains on edge, as police and protesters clash throughout the country. Troops are ordered onto the streets in Cairo, Suez and Alexandria, but does not interfere in the confrontations between police and protesters.Eleven civilians are killed in Suez and 170 injured. The riots continue throughout the night, even as Mubarak announces that he dismisses his government.January 27: Mohamed El Baradei, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog turned democracy advocate, arrives in Egypt to join the protests.El Baradei says he is ready to "lead the transition" in Egypt if asked.
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Meanwhile, protests continue across several cities. Hundreds have been arrested, but the protesters say they will not give up until their demand is met.
Protesters clash with police in Cairo neighbourhoods.
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