An anti-government protester reads the newspaper after spending the night alongside an Army tank in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Feb. 9, the
16th day of protests against the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ
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9:09 PM ET
February 9, 2011
....where are they? Just curious.
6:27 AM ET
February 10, 2011
there is many bath rooms
I am Egyptian , the bath rooms are present ....many mosques surround the square and all mosques have many bath rooms
so there is no actually any problem ..
5:31 PM ET
As an Egyptian
That's the Egypt we are proud of.
Come on you western people support us and pressure your government to make him leave.
Leave you idiot, the message is so clear
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