January 27, 2012

Egyptians hold sit-in until army leaves


Hundreds of protesters remain in Cairo's Landmark Liberation Square after the anniversary of the revolution that ousted Hosni Mubarak in February last year as they have vowed to sit-in the square until the SCAF steps down and hands all its powers to the newly elected parliament.

Several tents can be seen in and around the square as some of the activists have announced that they'll end their sit-in after the mega protests scheduled to take place on Friday marking last year's Friday of Rage when dozens of peaceful protesters were killed on the hands of the brutal CSF alongside Military police. Read more.

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