Scenes of a calm, uncertain Cairo
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Scenes of a calm, uncertain Cairo

Cairo appeared calm on Saturday after President Hosni Mubarak resigned and handed power to the military. Some protesters are still lingering in Tahrir Sqaure, divided about whether to stay as the country faces an uncertain future. (Feb. 12) (The Associated Press)

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