Demonstrations in Cairo continue into the night

Largest amounts of protesters to date gather in Tahrir Sqaure, some for the very first time since civil unrest began over two weeks ago.

February 9, 2011 14:26
Night demonstrations at Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Cairo night demonstrations 311. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Massive amounts of protesters continued to gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square to demonstrate against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Reuters reported.

According to Reuters estimates, more people occupied Tahrir Square than last Friday, marking the biggest protest to date since the civil unrest began over two weeks ago.

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Many protesters reported that they were encouraged to join the movement after they realized the collective atmosphere.

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