Protesters in Egypt have called off a planned demonstration in response to the arrest of ousted president Hosni Mubarak - the first detention of an Arab autocrat since the start of the Arab unrest. Fiona Symon speaks to correspondent Heba Saleh in Cairo about the what this means for the prospects for a smooth transition of power in the country, and for protest movements in the wider region.

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