Nermeen Edrees · February, 2011

An Egyptian female, typical Gemini with all her ups and downs. In the morning I work in a international bank in Egypt, and after hours I do my best to discover the world as much as I can. I wake up every day to chase the sun with ribbons undone.

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Latest posts by Nermeen Edrees from February, 2011

Egypt: Inside Tahrir Square

  4 February 2011

Over the past 10 days the way to Tahrir (Liberation) Square, in down town Cairo, has always been the most dangerous of all (literally and figuratively). However inside the “field”, things were different. In spite of the gun shots, regime-sponsored thugs, and fire bombs, the square's sanctuary seemed to be the safest place in the world for all freedom seekers inside it. Egyptian Nermeen Edrees takes us with her, inside the square.

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