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    Posted January 26, 2011 by
    EL MANSOURA, Egypt
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    Revolution in Egypt

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    Protests - El Mansoura, Egypt


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     jalsarraf, a freelance writer in California, shared videos shot by a friend Tuesday in El Mansoura, Egypt, about 75 miles from Cairo. The friend, who wishes to remain anonymous for his safety, told us, 'I really don't care who's the president. The only thing I care about is a decent life, a decent education and being able to eat.'
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    EL MANSOURA, EGYPT -- Citizens clashed with riot police yesterday as protests across Egypt continued to rage forth.


    With the topple of prisident Ben Ali in Tunisia protests have started to spread across the Arab world, from Egypt and beyond.


    "Down with Mubarak! Down with the dictator!" Residents of the small town chanted as they faced authorities who tried to stop the protests.


    Frustration has grown with the ever increasing security of the Egyptian regime and the Egyptian public is venting.

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