Clinton on Egypt: ‘We’re not advocating any specific outcome’
The Obama administration struggled to maintain a careful balance on its response to the crisis in Egypt on Sunday, which continued to spiral out of control as armed gangs broke hundreds of militants out of Egyptian jails and the U.S. Embassy warned citizens to consider leaving the country as soon as possible.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton made the rounds on all five Sunday shows, advocating that the people’s voice be heard while taking care not to call for a departure of President Hosni Mubarak.
So what about the chaos. People appear to really freedom and a new elected government , hope they can get it. Mubarek is a dictator and needs to go. Why have we never done anything to help the Egyptian people? peyton
Foreign Office upgrades Egypt advice for UK citizens
British nationals in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez are being told to leave if it is safe for them to do so, following days of violent protests across Egypt.
But despite upgrading its advice, the Foreign Office (FCO) is not currently organising a formal evacuation.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said he was concerned by the number of Britons trying to leave at Cairo airport.
SCARY BUSINESS TO BE THERE DURING THE VIOLENCE!!!