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Sustenance on the streets

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As many people in the country are out on the streets to express their opinion on the president and the government, a subculture of vendors arises with them, providing much needed sustenance to the protesters.

 

Man carrying a large plateau of pretzels through Tahrir Square 1 July  (Photo by Aaron T. Rose)

Man carrying a large plateau of pretzels through Tahrir Square 1 July
(Photo by Aaron T. Rose)

Impromptu water shop on Galaa Square 30 June (Photo by Thoraia Abou Bakr)

Impromptu water shop on Galaa Square 30 June
(Photo by Thoraia Abou Bakr)

Traditional Egyptian drinks for sale in Tahrir Square, 1 July (Photo by Aaron T. Rose)

Traditional Egyptian drinks for sale in Tahrir Square, 1 July
(Photo by Aaron T. Rose)

 

Traditional Egyptian drinks for sale in Galaa Square, 30 June (Photo by Thoraia Abou Bakr)

Traditional Egyptian drinks for sale in Galaa Square, 30 June
(Photo by Thoraia Abou Bakr)

 

Vendor in Tahrir Square has decorated his cheeks with the word Erhal, Leave 1 July (Photo by Aaron T. Rose)

Vendor in Tahrir Square has decorated his cheeks with the word Erhal, Leave 1 July
(Photo by Aaron T. Rose)


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