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Posted: February 18, 2011 02:38 PM

Seventeen-year-old Egyptian high school student Sanaa El Seif is helping to publish a newspaper in defiance of rules requiring government permission. So far, the publication has focused on the voices of Tahrir Square.

"It's time to push the borders of freedom," El Seif told Democracy Now! producer Sharif Abdel Kouddous during an interview in Cairo.

Watch the extended interview with Sanaa El Seif, as well as another tudent, Ziad Tareq.

For the complete transcript and for Democracy Now!'s complete coverage of the uprising in Egypt, click here. Join us on Facebook.


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