Democracy Now! (9 am), for February 1, 2011 - 9:00am
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Millions Against Mubarak: Democracy Now!’s Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports Live from Tahrir Amid Massive Protest; "Mubarak is Our Berlin Wall": Egyptian Columnist Mona Eltahawy on How the Youth Drove the Uprising in Cairo and Implications for Democracy in the Region; Media Blackout in Egypt and the U.S.: Al Jazeera Forced Off the Air by Mubarak, Telecommunications Companies Block Its Expansion in the United States; Digital Darkness: U.S., U.K. Companies Help Egyptian Regime Shut Down Telecommunications and Identify Dissident Voices.
* Egyptian Protests Enter Day 8: Millions Fill Streets to Oppose Mubarak
* Looting Tied to Backers of Mubarak Regime
* Egyptian VP Reaches Out to Opposition Groups
* U.S. Refuses to Call for Mubarak’s Ouster
* Jordananian King Dismisses Government
* Fed Judge Rules Healthcare Bill to be Unconstitutional
* Haiti Offers Diplomatic Passport to Ousted President Aristide
* Haitian Man Dies After Being Deported from U.S.
* Iran Demands American Hiker Return for Trial
* Arizona Gun Advocates Push for Weakening Firearms Laws
* Undercover Investigators Expose Gun Show Loophole
* Lacking Insurance, Father of Hip Hop Faces Medical Crisis