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Life in Egypt returning to normal

  • Life in the capital city of Egypt is slowly going back to being normal. 

    A mother-of-three said she hadn't left her home for a week since she was scared. "The situation is much better now, transport is up-and-running normally and I feel much safer," she said. 

    May residents of Cairo were going to work and resuming their normal routine on Monday. Shops were reopening as well. The scenes have become better than they were in the wake of violence between police and protestors. 

    The interim government had imposed a night-time curfew on as many as 14 provinces due to the number of deaths and the worsened situation.

    These recent improvements have made the authorities announce the shortening of curfew by two hours. However, the country is still under a state of emergency. 

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