Egypt experiences normal day
By Khanyisa Tabata
13 February 2011
Egyptians woke up today and went to work for the first time since its citizens protests held the world spellbound for two weeks and toppled President Hosni Mubarak.
For the first time since the protesters took control of Tahrir Square in Cairo, traffic flowed normally through the area today.
Sunday marks the start of the working week in Egypt. Activist Yehya Kheireldin says it’s time to start rebuilding the country. Another activist, Wael Ghonim, has asked Egyptians to return to work and help develop Egypt.