Egyptian authorities shut Al-Jazeera’s office on Sunday, complaining its round-the-clock coverage was slanted toward protesters and could encourage more unrest. The station denounced that closure as an attempt to muzzle open reporting.**********
Mr. Mubarak’s supporters stormed hotels in Cairo, chasing foreign journalists, Al-Arabiya TV said.
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The parallels to Egypt and Tunisia are obvious — Sudan is a notoriously repressive Arab country, ruled by the same strongman for more than 21 years, historically and culturally close to its big brother just down the Nile, Egypt.Cross your fingers.