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Egyptians who oppose the continued presence of protesters at Tahrir Square, the focal point of the Egyptian uprising in Cairo, and army soldiers prepare to remove the belongings of youths camping out at the square in order to press their demand for a complete break with the ousted regime. (AP)
Egyptians who oppose the continued presence of protesters at Tahrir Square, the focal point of the Egyptian uprising in Cairo, and army soldiers prepare to remove the belongings of youths camping out at the square in order to press their demand for a complete break with the ousted regime. (AP)

It has been exactly one month since the mass protest movement in Egypt forced Hosni Mubarak to step down as president. But the euphoria witnessed in Cairo's Tahrir Square has long since worn off, and the country is now confronting the aftermath of its revolution - rising crime, a damaged economy, and disputes, some of them violent, over the shape of the new Egypt.

The BBC's Jonathan Head has been to one neighborhood of Cairo where the residents are less than enthusiastic about the recent changes.

This segment aired on March 11, 2011.

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