Talk:Egypt protests: Army say they will not use force on demonstrators as Mubarak announces cabinet

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Informal reviewEdit

  This article has received an informal review, with the following comments to be noted:

Style - Looks fine, no glaring issues. Pass

Copyright - Copyright ok, nothing obvious stands out. Pass

NPOV - Looks neutral, well written and balanced. - Pass

Verifiability - Sources verifiable, statements are correct and confirmed. - Pass

Newsworthy - Absolutely. Biggest uprising for some years. News, definitely. - Pass

In its present state, this article would Pass review

Revision reviewed: 1171540 BarkingFish (talk) 12:24, 30 January 2011 (UTC)

(Corrected from previous review, I missed the source of the Al Jazeera closure statement. BarkingFish (talk) 12:43, 30 January 2011 (UTC))

Some missing pointsEdit

I'm not about to dedicate the time to either expand or review here, but if anybody would like to expand it here's some points that have happened since our last article:

  • Vigilantes on the streets
  • More appointments than just the Vice President; also, some background on that one. Military-linked figures now hold all the very top offices
  • An updated death toll
BBC still reporting 100 wackywace 14:06, 30 January 2011 (UTC)
  • Protests embraced by much of the military
  • Prison breakout
  • Funeral protests in Alexandria
  • International protests in support, e.g. in Iran and Amerika
  • Army seems to be refusing any possible order to use live ammo

I've only skimmed over it - and certainly not attempted verification - but the article appears publishable as it stands. However, these points would create a more rounded coverage of the protests. Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs) 13:16, 30 January 2011 (UTC)

I've moved the article back to develop as I'm going to change the major subject of the article to fighter jets swooping low over Cairo and tanks moving into city centre. Should be ready to publish when finished. wackywace 14:06, 30 January 2011 (UTC)


To paraphrase the BBC, "reform impies improvement, and is therefore inconsistent with our neutrality policy". — μ 08:17, 31 January 2011 (UTC)

Review of revision 1172818 [Passed]Edit

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