Youth continue to flock to Tahrir

The youth of Egypt are leading this revolution, and the protesters are getting younger by the day.

    The youth of Egypt are leading this revolution, and protesters are getting younger by the day.

    Everyone has a voice and even though Honsi Mubarak is still in power, the mood is one of euphoria, as people celebrate their new-found freedom to speak their minds.

    Everyone has their own to protest - in words, in pictures, in song - but the message is always the same.

    The people want the removal of the regime.

    Though Tahrir Square remains the epicentre and people continue to arrive in their hundreds of thousands, it is certainly not the only place in Cairo where demonstrations are taking place.

    Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland reports on the newcomers swelling the ranks of Egypt's pro-democracy movement. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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