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Diary of a Soldier In Assad's Army (4...
Aleppo, Syria
By ameryaseen
02 Dec 2012

December 2, 2012
This morning in Aleppo, a leader of the Syrian regime's forces was killed by FSA fighters. The FSA fighters found the soldier's diaries in their office and took photos of some pages.

At 6:15 shooting started heavily toward our location from the cement factory.
We all mobilized and the food car was giving us food, and then it went to the free area and it had to pass by the Juvenile prison which is next to the cement factory.
We stayed mobilized until the sniping stopped and the food car left the place and the danger was gone, thank God. It seems like we are going to live.
Wednesday 5/9
That difficult night is gone in a good way and things became calm after approximately an hour, we stayed awake all night especially after the fall of mortars near the school.
When the sun started to rise, the sniper started to shoot, which is annoying because it limits our movements. He was sniping from the cement factory toward us.
Thank God that he doesn't have a night telescope so he can't target us at night.
Here I am at 6:30 after I called my sister Laila on the phone and told her that am not in the infantry school, and she's the only one who knows that.

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Syria-Aleppo FSA
Aleppo, Syria
By shahed.alep
19 Oct 2012

Free Syrian Army soldier in Salah Al Dien - Aleppo

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Injured FSA soldier in Salah Al Dien ...
Aleppo, Syria
By shahed.alep
10 Oct 2012

He lived to fight another day, Salah Al Dien - Aleppo, Syria

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Soldiers carry the body of one of the victims at
the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began today after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Soldiers carry the body of one of the victims at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began Tuesday after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Soldiers carry the body of one of the victims at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began Tuesday after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

The victims' families are preparing the coffins of their sons for transfer to the cemetery.

Soldiers carry the body of one of the victims at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began Tuesday after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Families of the victims farewell the coffins of their sons.

Soldiers carry the body of one of the victims at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began Tuesday after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Families of the victims farewell the coffins of their sons at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began Tuesday after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military funeral of the Rafah border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Soldiers at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began Tuesday after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Soldiers at the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon
The military funeral had began Tuesday afternoon with prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes at Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized face, and they chanted against him. The car's glass was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon
The military funeral had began Tuesday afternoon with prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes at Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face and his car was vandalized. The car's glass was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Egyptian citizen carries flowers for the Rafah victims.
The military funeral had began Tuesday afternoon with prayers. large number of people raised their shoes at Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face and his car was vandalized. The car's glass was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Unknown Soldier Memorial where the victims of the Rafah attacks were honored.
The military funeral began Tuesday afternoon with prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes at Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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Military Funeral of the Rafah Border ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Aug 2012

Soldiers carry the body of one of the victims at
the funeral of the 16 Egyptian security officers who were killed by unknown gunmen Sunday afternoon.
The military funeral began today after noon prayers. A large number of people raised their shoes in Prime Minister Hesham Kandil's face, his car was vandalized, and they chanted against him. The car was damaged, and the minister’s guards were forced to take a different street to avoid further assaults.
President Mohamed Morsi was scheduled to attend the funeral but did not appear.

Several other figures attended, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, members of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, and Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, as well as former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi, Abdel Moneim Abouel Fotouh, and Amr Moussa. The Salafi Nour Party and the Salafi Dawah were also represented at the funeral.

The funeral prayers were performed at Aal Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City.

Morsi was also scheduled to visit the seven guards who were injured in the attack afterward.

Ambulances transported coffins of soldiers to the Unknown Soldier Memorial for the military funeral.

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An IDF soldier watches over the men's...
Jerusalem, Israel,
By Ms_R
27 Jul 2012

Thousands tried to cross through Qalandia checkpoint from the West Bank into Jerusalem Friday, using a once-a-year opportunity afforded to many to pray at the Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan.

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A soldier and a Palestinian medic wai...
Jerusalem, Israel
By Ms_R
27 Jul 2012

Thousands of Palestinian Muslims take the once-a-year opportunity to pray at in Jerusalem. Many have IDs that do not normally allow them into Jerusalem except during Ramadan. This year, the regulations were slightly relaxed, allowing women and men under 40 to cross Qalandia.

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A soldier and a Palestinian medic wai...
Jerusalem, Israel,
By Ms_R
27 Jul 2012

Thousands of Palestinian Muslims take the once-a-year opportunity to pray at in Jerusalem. Many have IDs that do not normally allow them into Jerusalem except during Ramadan. This year, the regulations were slightly relaxed, allowing women and men under 40 to cross Qalandia.

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A Palestinian man queues at the check...
Jerusalem, Israel,
By Ms_R
27 Jul 2012

Thousands of Palestinian Muslims take the once-a-year opportunity to pray at in Jerusalem. Many have IDs that do not normally allow them into Jerusalem except during Ramadan. This year, the regulations were slightly relaxed, allowing women and men under 40 to cross Qalandia.

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An IDF soldier stands on one of the c...
Jerusalem, Israel,
By Ms_R
26 Jul 2012

Thousands tried to cross through Qalandia checkpoint from the West Bank into Jerusalem Friday, using a once-a-year opportunity afforded to many to pray at the Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan. The checkpoint is run and staffed by the IDF, and while regulations were somewhat more relaxed this year, men under 40 were not permitted to cross to pray in Jerusalem.

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Wounded but not deterred
Madaba, Jordan
By MattKauffman
31 May 2012

Darraj, wounded fighting the Syrian regime, recuperates in Jordan after he and his family were smuggled over the border by the Free Syrian Army. Despite losing his legs, Darraj wants to get back and continue to fight.

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Free Syrian Army in Idlib
Idlib, Syria
By info
23 Mar 2012

Idlib, Syria | March 21, 2012

A Free Syrian Soldier ready to fight against the Syrian Army in Idlib on March 21.

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Free Syrian Army soldier
Idlib, Syria
By info
23 Mar 2012

Idlib, Syria | March 21, 2012

A Free Syrian Army Soldier in Idlib.

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Free Syrian Army soldier
Idlib, Syria
By info
23 Mar 2012

Idlib, Syria | March 21, 2012

A Free Syrian Army soldier in Idlib.

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Pacification (7 of 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
By Rafael Fabres
12 Feb 2012

UPP soldier Annunciacçâo searches two teeneagers suspected of posessing drugs, in the shantytown of Sao Carlos, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 17, 2012.

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Pacification (11 of 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
By Rafael Fabres
12 Feb 2012

UPP soldier Annunciacçâo holding little bags of drug (crack) found after searching some suspects in the shantytown of Sao Carlos, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 07, 2012.

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Pacification (12 of 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
By Rafael Fabres
11 Feb 2012

UPP soldier Private Vidal from the 4º UPP batalion while on patrol in the shatytown of Sao Carlos, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 03, 2012.

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Outside Mubarak's Trial
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo

Outside the court where Mubarak is being tried, the media, martyrs' families, soldiers and protesters gather.

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
19 Dec 2011

Protesters celebrate on top of destroyed car following three days of clashes with military next to Cabinate offices. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 19/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

A protester kneels with his arms raised towards the military amidst clashes. Hundreds of protesters threw stones at security forces that have sealed off the streets around parliament buildings.
The violence erupted after soldiers stormed an anti-military protest camp outside the Cabinet building near Tahrir Square. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

Protesters clashed with military personnel in Cairo for a third consecutive day. Hundreds of protesters threw stones at security forces that have sealed off the streets around parliament buildings.
The violence erupted a day earlier after soldiers stormed an anti-military protest camp outside the Cabinet building near Tahrir Square. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

A protester uses a shield to take cover from flying rocks during clashes with the military. The protesters are demanding that the nation's ruling military immediately step down. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

Military officers located on the top of the Cabinet Office and People’s Assembly buildings started to throw rocks and marble bricks, resulting in many injuries and deaths among the protesters. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

Protester holds a wanted poster of a member of the security personnel photographed beating a female protester. Rights groups and activists claim that the military is carrying on the practices of the old regime, including arresting and beating dissidents. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

A protester walks by graffiti reading 'This is where i'll die' written on a post at the corner of Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street amids the third day of Cabinet Office clashes. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

A protester looks on as rocks and debris are thrown between protesters security forces from the surrounding buildings. The protesters are demanding that the nation's ruling military immediately step down. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

Protesters carry an injured man during clashes with military and security personnel. At least 10 protesters are believed to have been killed with hundreds wounded in the three days of violence which began outside the Cabinate Offices in central Cairo. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

Protesters carry an injured man to a motorcycle to be taken away for medical assistance. At least 10 protesters are believed to have been killed with hundreds wounded in the three days of violence which began outside the Cabinate Offices in central Cairo. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

Security personnel move from behind their barricade and begin to advance throwing rocks towards protesters. During the third day of clashes surrounding the Cabinate Offices. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011