Egyptians stage massive anti-Mubarak protest
Egyptians have theatrical one of their main complaint yet insisting President Hosni Mubarak step down right away and pay no attention to a government plan to move power. For numerous protesters it was the first time they had united the daily exhibitions in Cairo's Tahrir Square showing the lobby group, now in its third week, still has drive.

A lot of said they were inspired by a Google executive's in tears televised account of his imprisonment by refuge forces.

Mubarak has say no to step down, but said neither he nor his son will stand for president in polls due in September. Vice President Omar Suleiman, who has been holding talks with resistance groups, said there was now a road map to hand over power, other than activist were indifferent by the plan.

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