Egypt's VP Meets with Opposition

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'Leave Egypt Get Out' is written out with stones by Egyptian anti-government protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 06, 2011.
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Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman met with representatives of the pro-democracy movement, including the Muslim Brotherhood, in negotiations aimed at ending the two-week-old uprising; the political uprisings in Egypt, Yemen, and Tunisia as seen by the leadership of Saudi Arabia, Iran, and al-Qaida; recapping last night's Super Bowl; the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Southern Sudan, and Julian Assange are all a part of this week's agenda; the connection between protests in the Middle East and George W. Bush's "freedom agenda"; a new epic poem about the Amistad; and, an evolutionary connection to belief in a higher power.