CAIRO (AP) -- Thousands of Egyptians have set up protest tent camps in city squares across the country and vow to remain until Egypt's military rulers purge the remnants of Hosni Mubarak's deposed regime.
The demonstrators also demand that those responsible for killing
hundreds of protesters during the uprising that ousted Mubarak be
brought to justice.
In Cairo's Tahrir Square, hundreds awoke Saturday from their first night in makeshift tents. Other tent camps have sprung up in the cities of Suez and Alexandria and in outlying provinces.
Many protesters feel that Mubarak's ouster on Feb. 11 has not yet changed the face of Egypt.