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Graffiti on the exterior walls of Horreya Cafe in downtown Cairo.
January 29. Men pray in Tahrir Square the day after massive protests. 
January 29. Demonstrators chant slogans in Tahrir Square.
February 1. The first 'million man march' in Tahrir. 
February 1. 
February 1. A woman shouts anti-regime slogans in nearby Talaat Harb Square.
February 1. Demonstrators raise their shoes against an effigy of Mubarak. 
February 4. Men wounded during the "Day of the Camel" protest in the square. 
February 6.
February 6. Tea vendor.
February 7. A woman cares for her children in Tahrir Square. 
February 7. Local newspapers posted on a shuttered shopfront.
February 7. "Youth Revolution 25 January"
February 10. Tea vendor.
February 10.
February 11. Friday prayers.
February 11. Egyptians celebrate after President Hosni Mubarak steps down. 
February 12. The day after Mubarak resigned.
Graffiti in downtown Cairo.
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Nobody saw it coming. Not like this. It was late January. Egypt followed Tunisia in what would soon be called the Arab Spring. For a few surre Read More
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