The Egyptian military released new images taken from the skies above Cairo during this weekend's huge anti-government protests. Hundreds of thousands of protesters can be seen gathered at Tahrir Square and the Ittihadiya presidential palace.
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Gesturing to Taco Bell, Thompson said McDonald's had "not seen an impact relative to the most recent competitor that entered the [breakfast] space," and that new competition would only make McDonald's pursue breakfast more aggressively.
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