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Egypt — President Obama spoke on the news of President Mubarak stepping down and said  there are “very few minents in our lives where we have the priviledge to witness history taking shape. This is one of those moments.”

Mubarak responded to the Egyptian people’s hunger for change by stepping down. But this is the beginning of the transition and many questions remain.

Obama said he is confident the transition will go weel and is confident the military will continue its responsible work. The nited states stand “ready to provide whatever assistance” is needed and asked for.

Read more at USA Today

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