Charles Dunbar on Egypt revolution

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February 11, 2011, 8:08 pm
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(NECN) - Hosni Mubarak has finally bowed to the demand of protesters, and resigned as President of Egypt. Mubarak held the position for nearly three decades. Power will now be transferred to the military.

So what happens next? Will revolts hit other places in the Middle East?

Boston University professor Charles Dunbar joins NECN with some perspective.

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