After Mubarak: The New Normal
In the three days since longtime Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak stepped down and left Cairo for his palace in the Red Sea resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, Cairo has returned to relative normalcy.

Volunteer clean-up crews have begun sweeping the streets and clearing away debris. They have also, somewhat controversially, painted over much of the anti-government graffiti scrawled over nearly every surface in central Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Meanwhile, the army has moved in to restore traffic in the square, hoping that the transition to business-as-usual will proceed as rapidly as the revolution.

All photos by Al Jazeera English online producer Evan Hill.
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