Sun February 6, 2011
Middle East

Egyptians' Lives Continue Amid Protests

In Cairo Sunday, some shopkeepers opened for business, taxi drivers took to the streets and people came out from the safety of their homes. These modest signs of normality broke through as demonstrators still maintained their vigils and the government held unprecedented talks with opposition groups that have long been banned from openly participating in Egyptian politics. Host Liane Hansen talks with NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, who brings us the latest from Egypt.