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Published on January 28th, 2011 | by Eli Clifton

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Al Jazeera’s Live Coverage from Cairo

Al Jazeera is getting amazing footage from Cairo, where they are continuing to report live, and running recently recorded reports from elsewhere in Egypt.  The network’s internet stream is sometimes overloaded but it’s well worth watching if you can get the webpage to load. This is by far the best coverage of the rapidly evolving events on the streets in Egypt.

The feeds can be viewed at the follow locations:

AlJazeera.net

Livestation

Vingo.tv

RealPlayer

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  1. avatar Jon Harrison says:

    The latest flash states that the army and the police are fighting each other in Cairo. The police, or some of them, are turning on the regime?


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Eli Clifton reports on money in politics and US foreign policy. Eli previously reported for the American Independent News Network, ThinkProgress, and Inter Press Service.



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