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Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square

Soldiers finish closing demonstrators' camps in the square as life in the city begins to return to normal

Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Egyptian military police close in around remaining protesters in Tahrir Square (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Egyptian soldiers remove the few remaining barricades in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 14, 2011 (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
A pretzel vendor plies his trade past military policemen in Tahrir Square (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Protesters vacate their makeshift tent as Egyptian military police finish closing demonstrators' encampments in Tahrir Square (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Egyptian soldiers remove the few remaining barricades in Cairo's Tahrir square on february 14, 2011 (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Traffic moves around Tahrir Square on February 14, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Egyptian soldiers cross the street in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 14 (Getty Images)
Egyptian army moves in to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square
Traffic flowed relatively unhindered through the square, the hub of the mass uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak on Friday (Getty Images)

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