An American family, part of around 150 U.S. nationals, arrives at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, from Cairo, Egypt, early Tuesday, Feb.1, 2011. They arrived on a Turkish Airlines special flight with Turkish nationals as thousands of foreigners were being evacuated from the unrest in Egypt, with countries around the world scrambling to send planes to fly their citizens out. Cairo's short-staffed international airport was a scene of chaos and confusion Monday as thousands of foreigners sought to flee the unrest in Egypt. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta)
An American family, part of around 150 U.S. nationals, arrives at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, from Cairo, Egypt, early Tuesday, Feb.1, 2011. They arrived on a Turkish Airlines special flight with Turkish nationals as thousands of foreigners were being evacuated from the unrest in Egypt, with countries around the world scrambling to send planes to fly their citizens out. Cairo's short-staffed international airport was a scene of chaos and confusion Monday as thousands of foreigners sought to flee the unrest in Egypt. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta) Associated Press
An American family, part of around 150 U.S. nationals, arrives at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, from Cairo, Egypt, early Tuesday, Feb.1, 2011. They arrived on a Turkish Airlines special flight with Turkish nationals as thousands of foreigners were being evacuated from the unrest in Egypt, with countries around the world scrambling to send planes to fly their citizens out. Cairo's short-staffed international airport was a scene of chaos and confusion Monday as thousands of foreigners sought to flee the unrest in Egypt. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta) Associated Press

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