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Protests back on Egypt's streets

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Men, women and even children are protesting in Egypt's capital Cairo because they are not happy with the way their country is run.

Back in February, Egypt's president Hosni Mubarak was forced to step down because protestors wanted an end to the country's poverty and corruption.

But nine months on and violence has erupted throughout Egypt once again.

This time, the protestors are worried that the country will be ruled by the military.

They're also angry that not much has changed since Mubarak stepped down.

At least 20 people are thought to have died since the violence began on Saturday - and hundreds more have been injured.

There have been many other protests across Africa during this year, in Tunisia, Syria and Libya.