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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation (Lisha Arino/WNYC)

PHOTOS. New Yorkers living in Little Egypt, a community in Astoria, Queens, kept a close watch on Egypt as events unfolded in Cairo.

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation
Lisha Arino/WNYC

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation
Lisha Arino/WNYC

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation
Lisha Arino/WNYC

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation
Lisha Arino/WNYC

Celebrations in Little Egypt in Astoria, Queens following former president Mubarak's resignation

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