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EGYPT
From Page 1A
in Alexandria had not registered
with the University's newly-
revamped travel registry, Fitzger-
ald said: Two of the students
studying in Alexandria were out
of the country when the violence
started last week. The two other
students will leave Egypt today
and fly to Dubai on a charter flight,
according to Fitzgerald.
The University found out the
students were in Alexandria

because University officials called
several study abroad programs in
Egypt and throughout the Middle
East, Fitzgerald said, to ensure all
University students were safe.
Fitzgerald said it's feasible, but
"highly unlikely" there are still
University students in Egypt who
University officials don't know
about.
"It's always possible that a stu-
dent could've taken a semester off
from classes and not be registered
and we wouldn't know exactly
where they might be," he said.
Fitzgerald said University offi-

cials, like John Godfrey, assistant
dean for International Education
at Rackham, have been in touch
with the students either directly
or indirectly to ensure they were
out of harm's way.
"(Administrators) involved
with international study abroad
programs have been working
around the clock to make sure
where our students are, to know
that they're safe, to be in contact
with their families and to partici-
pate in making the arrangements
for them to come back to the Unit-
ed States," Fitzgerald said.

He added that Godfrey has also
been discussing with other Uni-
versity officials the possibility of
the students coming back to the
U.S. and enrolling at the Univer-
sity this semester.
A group of two University grad-
uate students, a faculty member
and a staff member are also con-
ducting research in the south of
Egypt, Fitzgerald said. The group
has been in contact with Univer-
sity officials, but since they are
about 300 miles south of Cairo, it
was determined they could stay.
For the third straight day yes-

terday, protesters in Cairo defied
a government-mandated 4 p.m.
curfew. At least 10,000 protest-
ers congregated in Tahrir Square
in downtown Cairo. Nobel Peace
laureate Mohamed ElBaradei is
leading the mass uprising that
was sparked suddenly last week
by social media sites like Twitter
and Facebook. ElBaradei spoke to
the assembled crowd shortly after
night fell on the Egyptian capital
last night calling for a democratic
political process.
The military, with tanks and
other armed vehicles, as well as

police, were stationed through-
out Cairo yesterday. Police were
increasing their presence in the
streets as part of an effort to end
looting and lawlessness that has
become rampant.
The U.S. Embassy suggested
Americans leave Egypt as soon as
they could and said it would begin
organizing flights out of the coun-
try today. Non-emergency embas-
sy employees and employee family
members are also allowed to leave.
- The Associated Press
contributed to this report.

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