Egypt's 'war of stamina'

Protesters camp out in Tahrir Square for round-the-clock anti-government demonstrations.

    Protesters in Egypt continue to speak out against Hosni Mubarak's government, many of them camping out in Cairo's central Tahrir Square for round-the-clock demonstrations against the dictatorship.

    The demonstrators rejected Mubarak's speech on Tuesday and said they want freedom, justice and a change to the regime that has brought them nothing for three decades.

    Al Jazeera's correspondent reports from Cairo.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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