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On that day, Egypt went offline as the Internet and mobile phone lines were suspended on a national level as well as cell phone connections.
28 January 2011 marked a turning point in Egyptian history. On that day, anti-Mubarak demonstrations escalated their protests, engaging in violent confrontations with police forces all over the country. Protesters surrounded police stations, and police forces opened fire, killing many. Reports mentioning deaths only reinvigorated the demonstrations, leading protesters to directly attack police stations …
Supporters celebrate, opponents and families of those killed vow a new revolution and accuse current government of treason
Report came after revolutionary denied appropriate treatment since 2011