Obama Administration Plans Mubarak's Exit

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Foreign journalists and Egyptian anti-government demonstrators take cover behind makeshift shields during clashes with pro-regime opponents (not seen) at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011.
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On the 11th day of the political unrest in Egypt, we look at the latest developments, including violence against journalists and humanitarian workers, and a reported plan by the U.S. for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's resignation; inspired by Egypt, Syria's people take to the streets; when a country is "ready" for democracy; Coptic Christians react to the tumult in Egypt; a look at how rising food prices and youth unemployment contributed to Egypt's instability; and, preparing for a Packers vs. Steelers Super Bowl with a real steelworker and a real meatpacker.