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Local Egyptians on the Future of Egypt
Local Egyptians on the Future of Egypt

AIR DATE: February 16, 2011

Hosni Mubarak stepped down from power as Egypt's president after 18 days of protests calling for his resignation. What does this mean for Egypt...and for local Egyptians here in Las Vegas?

Locals rallied earlier this month for Mubarak's resignation, waving flags and chanting. Local Egyptians talk about the changes in Cairo, their own political pasts, and what they see for Egypt's future.

Ahmad Fayed, mechanical engineering graduate student, UNLV
Karim El Masry
Shaban Kaboud

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