Chanting "the people want to topple the regime," hundreds of protesters threw rocks at police during clashes in Cairo. The violence Monday night took place at the same spot where 42 people were killed in a street battle just one year ago. The renewed protests have come during the writing of Egypt’s new constitution, with many liberals feeling that officials are trying to include ultraconservative Islamist content.
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Twinkies, the tasty cream-filled golden spongecakes are likely to survive, even if the company that has made them for more than 80 years is sold in bankruptcy court. Hostess Brands Inc., baker of Twinkies as well as Wonder Bread, Ding Dongs and Ho Ho's, will be in a New York bankruptcy courtroom Monday to start the process of selling off its assets. The company, weighed down by debt, management turmoil, rising labor costs and the changing tastes of U.S. citizens, decided on Friday that it no longer could survive hrough a conventional Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring. Instead, Hostess seeks the court's permission to sell its assets and go out of business.