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12 February 2011



After 18 days of protests, finally, Egypt's President for about 30 years steps down. The people overpowers a powerful man. Egyptians are in high spirits, jubilant protesters rejoiced all over the world. Just like Tunisia's.

Egyptian protest leader Wael Ghonim told CNN Friday the real heroes of the revolution are the young Egyptians in Tahrir Square and the rest of the country. (CNN)

What's next Egypt?

But amid the euphoria, ElBaradei sounded a note of caution. "We have challenges ahead of us," said the Nobel laureate, who some believe could emerge as Egypt's next leader. "I think we need to not worry about retribution. Mubarak needs to go, and we need to look forward." (CNN)

All photos from CNN except topmost from MSN

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