Unrest continues in Egypt (4)

08:53, January 28, 2011      

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Egypt's reform leader and Nobel laureate Mohamed El Baradie arrived in Cairo Thursday evening to join the anti-government demonstrations that are scheduled to take place after Friday prayers.

"It's a process, change cannot take place over night," said the 68-year-old El Baradie who gives credit to Egyptian youth inspired by the Tunisian "Jasmine Revolution."

Before arriving in Cairo, El Baradie told reporters in Vienna that he is ready to lead an interim government if Egyptians succeed in overthrowing the current government.

Source: Xinhua
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