Egyptian people again pack the streets of major cities and refuse to take a step back from their campaign to topple out-of-favor President Hosni Mubarak. In a show of power, Egyptian protesters rallied to the Interior Ministry and Parliament in central Cairo and surrounded the two buildings for a while before returning to the Liberation Square. Protesters have slammed the talks between Vice President Omar Suleiman and some opposition groups. Egypt's second largest city, Alexandria, was also the scene of popular rallies against the regime. Many protesters are angry at the US stance toward the ongoing uprising in their country
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