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Millions celebrate at Egypt's 'victory march'

Millions took to the streets to celebrate a new Egypt on Friday, reminding military rulers to keep their promise of a swift transition to democracy after protests swept away autocrat Hosni Mubarak in just 18 days. Full story

Youthful revolutionaries hang on in Egypt's Tahrir

A core group of Egyptian protesters vowed on Sunday to stay in Cairo's Tahrir Square, without obstructing traffic, to press demands for change. Full story

Mubarak leaves, Egypt celebrates

  Tahrir square is teeming with people in celebration. President Hosni Mubarak has stepped down, bringing his 30 year rule to an end. ITV's John Irvine reports.

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Police detain an activist during an anti-American protest in Lahore Pakistan

Police detain an activist of the Pakistani religious and political party Hizb ut Tahrir during an anti-American protest in Lahore April 17, 2011. Police detained two dozen activists after a scuffle broke out as party members attempted to rally past police lines in Lahore, police said. REUTERS/Mohsin

Supporters of pan-Islamic group Hizb al-Tahrir wave the party's flags during a protest against the Syrian regime in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on April 22, 2011.