In an attempt to return a sense of normalcy to Egypt, the ruling military council has called for an end to labor strikes. Thousands of state employees continued protests on Monday. Ambulance drivers parked at least 70 ambulances near the Nile, and 200 policemen demonstrated for better pay. Banks were closed following a strike by workers at the National Bank. Tamer El-Ghobashy, reporter for The Wall Street Journal has the latest from Cairo.
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