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How has Egypt changed post Mubarak?

The focal point of Egypt's protest movement, Tahrir Square, is now free of mass demonstrations.

The Egyptian military leadership is keen to get Egyptians back to work, following the departure of President Mubarak. The Army has dissolved Parliament and suspended the constitution.

The BBC's Lyse Doucet has been in Cairo for much of the last three weeks, she reports on the changes so far.

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