Realmente los ejecutaron, mientras se anuncia que Hosni Mubarak puede quedar libre en 48 horas.
Islamic militants on Monday ambushed two mini-buses carrying off-duty policemen in the northern region of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, killing 25 of them execution-style in a brazen daylight attack that deepens the turmoil roiling the country and underscores the volatility of the strategic region. Elsewhere in Egypt, longtime Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak was acquitted Monday of corruption charges by a Cairo court, and his lawyer told CBS News he expected him to be freed “within 48 hours.”
- Key events in Egypt’s uprising and unrest (hosted.ap.org)
- Mubarak to be freed soon? (hotair.com)
- Egypt turmoil deepens; militants kill 25 policemen (newsok.com)
- Egypt crisis worsens as Islamic militants execute 25 policemen in brazen daylight attack (news.nationalpost.com)
- Report: Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to be freed (foxnews.com)
- Reports: Egypt’s ex-president Mubarak may soon be released (usatoday.com)