Egypt:Life after the Revolution.

The Egyptian flag fleet again on the Nile. 
February 14th 2011, Cairo

Sami (45) and his family are from Sinkari. They came to Cairo to see Tahrir Square.  
February 12th 2011, Cairo

a district outside Cairo, resume building sites overlooking the pyramids deserted by tourists 
February 15th 2011, Cairo

Ahmad, has spent the last 2 nights on Tahrir Square. 
February 12th 2011, Cairo

Life resumed in the district of Khan el Khalili bazaar near Cairo. 
February 13th 2011, Cairo

Employee of the site of the pyramids, these employees were the Pro-Mubaraks attacking the demonstrations. 
February 15th 2011, Cairo

Mohammad 17, Ibrahim 16 and Islam 17 years old, watching the boat freshly getting out on the Nile. 
February 14th 2011, Cairo

Loose barbed wire protecting Cairo museum. 
February 13th 2011, Cairo

A Christian woman and a Muslim woman, welcomed the victory of the people after having wept together. she brandishes the "Egypt" sign. 
February 12th 2011, Cairo

Egyptian police on Tahrir Square after the final evacuation of the tents. 
February 13th 2011, Cairo

Life resumes in the shopping district of Khan el Khalili in Cairo. 
February 14th 2011, Cairo

Mohammad, 15, has fought "for democracy. 
February 13th 2011, Cairo

Abdikrim, 37, in his gas station located behind Tahrir Square, he participated in all events. 
February 13th 2011, Cairo

Hilton Ramses hotel closed since the pro-Mubarak demonstraters came to search for foreign journalists inside the hotel. 
February 14th 2011, Cairo

Life resumes in Cairo as a football team is training on the left bank of the Nile. 
February 14th 2011, Cairo

2 young waving the Egyptian flag in a park on the banks of the Nile deserted by tourists 
February 14th 2011, Cairo