New service lets voices from Egypt be heard

With the unruly sounds of protests in the background, the Egyptian man declared there were 50,000 demonstrators in the streets of Cairo. “And the number is growing,” he said, raising his voice to be heard on the recording. Unedited, raw, anonymous and emotional, Egyptian voices are trickling out through a new service that evades attempts by the authorities to suppress them by cutting internet services, reports the New York Times.
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