By Brittany Gervais
The third and final presidential debate focused on foreign policy. President Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney met at Lynn University and discussed America’s role in the Middle East.
By Anum Hussain — 02/15/11
WEBN sat down with freelance journalist Iason Athanasiadis. Athanasiadis was in Cairo, Egypt in the heat of the demonstrations. He shared his story and provided insight on the current situation.
By Anum Hussain — 02/11/11
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resigned. Vice President Omar Suleiman made the announcement on state television and handed power to the military.
By Anum Hussain — 02/10/11
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced today that he will remain in office but not seek re-election. Mubarak broadcast his statement around 3:30 p.m. EST. The crowd gathered in Tahrir Square erupted in anger.
By Anum Hussain — 02/05/11
You could hear the beat of their drums and the sound of their chants. Hundreds of protestors in Boston marched around Copley Square today to make clear that they stand united against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
By Anum Hussain — 01/29/11
The protest march about the situation in Egypt went from Harvard Square in Cambridge to Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston. It all started Thursday night when 23-year-old Marihan Hashesh had a plan to show fellow Egyptians that the United States is behind them.