Washington, January 28, 2011 / EIN News / Egypt’s government has pulled the plug on all Internet and telephone traffic in an effort to quell the violence that today has brought tens of thousands of protesters into the streets. But EIN News’ lines into the country remain open through all of the websites and other sources it continues to monitor.

For a time Nobel Peace Prize winner and the nation’s leading pro-democracy advocate Mohamed ElBaradei was trapped inside a mosque while riot police fired tear gas. The Muslim Brotherhood has joined the protests today, swelling the numbers.

Meanwhile, spurred by the Egyptian protests, thousands of Jordanians are in the streets demanding the ouster of their country’s prime minister.

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