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Cairo returning to normal life after Mubarak’s resignationv


On Friday evening protesters in Cairo started to leave in peace from Tahrir square.

This came after Hosni Mubarak finally announced his resignation.

The demonstrations lasted 18 days and claimed at least 300 deaths.

Yesterday evening the long-lasting protests at Tahrir square in Cairo finally came to an end as President Mubarak announced his resignation.

After a sleepless night Egypt´s capital is returning to normal life, shops are reopening and people getting back to work.

Witnesses say, there are only a few tents left at the epicenter of the events, volunteers are cleaning up the garbage left behind.

The protests lasted over two weeks and led to at least 300 deaths, many more were injured.


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