Egyptians have already achieved one remarkable revolution this year. Now they're going for the double. Thousands of people have been protesting daily in Tahrir Square, the same place they protested in February and successfully forced President Mubarak to resign.
And while the Egyptian military appeared to listen to the anger in the streets and set a firm date for civilian presidential elections, many protesters are not satisfied.
"None of this will stop until the military gives us a specific departure date," said one man in charge of a demonstration. "The military keep leaving things unclear."
"The armed forces represented in the Supreme Council do not aspire to ruling and put the interest of the country above everything." - FIELD MARSHAL MOHAMED HUSSEIN TANTAWI, Supreme Council of the Armed Forces
"None of this will stop until the military gives us a specific departure date. The military keep leaving things unclear." - Protestor
"We want a civilian government. We want the military to leave." - 16-year-old protestor
1. Where is Egypt?
2. What is a revolution?
3. What is the role of a country’s military?
1. Describe the people pictured in the crowd. Were they young or old? Male or female? Why do you think that is?
2. If you were in Egypt, how would you work for a better government?
3. What do you think will happen next in Egypt?