Watchdogs still wary but military paving way for democracy.
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Lawrence Solomon argues that pushing democracy on Egypt can have disastrous consequences.
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But will Algerian protesters inspire government change?
Hundreds came together in Arcadia Park to celebrate their nation's freedom.
Demonstrators hold the Egyptian flag at a solidarity rally in Melbourne. (Photo by Takver via Flickr)
An elected, civilian government will assume control.
People walk the streets of Sanaa, Yemen's capital. (Photo by Ai@ce via Flickr)
Yemeni protesters are beaten by police.
VIDEO: L.A. Egyptians were out in the streets celebrating.
Protests in Algeria are expected to follow Mubarak’s resignation.
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Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa at the World Economic Forum in January.
Many have pegged him as a possible presidential candidate.