Egyptian Army soldiers forcibly removed protesters from Cairo's Tahrir Square on March 9. Some youths were camping out at the square to press their demand for a complete break with the ousted regime of Hosni Mubarak. AP hide caption

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Mohamed ElBaradei, in the garden of his Cairo home earlier today (April 25, 2011). Jonathan Blakley/NPR hide caption

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Many Egyptians have continued to gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square to demand reform. These men were there Sunday. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Secretary Clinton: Visiting Cairo's Tahrir Square Is 'Exciting And Very Moving'

"To see where this revolution happened and all that it has meant to the world is extraordinary for me," the U.S. secretary of state added.

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