Cairo: A different protest every day


It is more than two years since Egypt ousted its president in one of the defining moments of the Arab Spring.

One of the post-revolution freedoms enjoyed by Egyptians is the right to protest, with dozens of demos taking place every week across the country.

Aleem Maqbool visited a different kind of protest in Cairo every day for seven days to see what they revealed about post-revolution society.

This is a video diary of some highlights from the week.

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