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Round 2: Egypt protesters maintain occupation of Tahrir; demands, strategy still in process

Ahram Online (Egypt) - For the second day demonstrators are still occupying Tahrir Square in Cairo to protest against what they consider a disappointing verdict announced on Saturday against Mubarak, his sons, his minister of interior and six of his senior aides.

Numbers have started to build up in Tahrir Square's sit-in by the early hours of Sunday evening, reaching few thousands at press time as opposed to a few hundreds in the morning.

A number of a marches from across Cairo set off at 5pm and were all scheduled to wind up at the Square.  Read more.

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