View from Cairo || Ultimatum comes and goes, but Tahrir Square protesters expect a miracle
The atmosphere in Tahrir is electrifying. Joyous. Whenever an army helicopter passes overhead, the crowds clap their hands and jump with glee.
At 4:30 P.M. Cairo time, the ultimatum put forth by the Egyptian army for President Mohammed Morsi's resignation expired. But the hundreds of thousands who crowded into Tahrir Square expecting a chasm to open up in the earth and swallow Morsi were left waiting. An announcement by the military saying it had ousted the...
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