By Tom Perry and Yousri Mohamed CAIRO/ISMAILIA, Egypt, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Five people were shot dead in the Egyptian city of Suez dur...
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Has anyone stopped to determine what the closure of the Suez Canal would actually mean to the oil market in dollars and cents?
Take a look at this handy chart covering a smattering of recent revolutions, militant movements, terror groups and insurgencies to see how others have tried to topple a government!
Police and government officials have pulled out of Suez so there are no government services -- the governor's been gone since Tuesday so there's a power vacuum.
The majority of the 80 million people of Egypt live in abject poverty. They go to kiosks to make calls. A substantial number have never used the internet. They are not twittering -- they are out on the streets giving vent to three decades of anger.
Water justice advocates around the world cheered recently when a French court rejected a defamation lawsuit brought by Suez Water against the makers of the documentary film Flow.
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