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Five Years After Tahrir Square, Egypt's Activists Say Revolution Still Lives

The streets of Egypt’s cities were somber Monday, the five-year anniversary of the January 25th “Day of Rage” against poverty, joblessness, political corruption and most notably, the three-decade regime of President Hosni Mubarak. Within weeks, the millions who occupied Tahrir Square and streets across the nation toppled Mubarak and began what they hoped was a path to change.   Egyptian state media reported Monday there were minor anti-government protests in several governorates....

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