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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tunisia and Egypt in the Arab Revolution I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mohamed Bouazizi (A young man from Sidi Bouzid) set himself on fire in protest after police took his fruit cart and his onlysource of income for his family. 12.17.2010 Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali thepresident of Tunisia flees after trying to gain control of protesters and failing. 1.14.2011 Protests rise and several die in violentclashes with police. Police brutalityrises but then is told to seize fire toallow the people to peacefully demonstrate. 1.09.2011 Sidi Bouzid in Tunisia (the former home of Mohamed Bouazizi) under curfew after attacking government officials, setting off many more protests. 10.28.2011 21 people die and more than 70 arewounded in a suspected al-Qaidasuicide bombing at a church mass. The bombing occurred in a Christianchurch in Alexandria when people celebrating the new year. 01.01.2011 Inspired by tunisian protests people all over Egypt protest for the resignition of their leader Hosi Mubarak. The government then blocks much of the media including twitter and other internet sites. 01.25.2011 Mubarak struggles to hold on to poweras hundreds of thousands protest on the 'day of departure' in Tahrir Square. 02.04.2011 Activists flud into Tahrir Squareto demand a faster plan for reform. Many demands are madefor new government officialsas most of the old ones were handpicked by Mubarak (their formerleader). 02.25.2011 Over 1,000 people injured in a big clash between police and protestersafter demands for a faster reform plan and the resignition of those of the government who were put thereduring the rule of Mubarak. Some of them were found guilty of corruption. 06.29.2011 New leader elected since the fallof Ben Ali. Moncef Marzouki is thenew leader, an activist who returned from France after the resignation of Ben Ali. Tunisia Egypt 12.13.2011 Mia Jones
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