By Good News Network Sunday, February 13, 2011
In a sign that Egypt's people are ready to rebuild, thousands filled Cairo's Tahrir Square, carrying brooms, shovels, and trash bags Saturday. They're removing barricades, burned out cars and debris from the 18 days of protests that toppled Mubarak.
Volunteers repainted black-and-white-striped street curbs around a monument by the Egyptian Museum, which had been on the front line in street battles between Mubarak's foes and supporters.
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