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PHOTO GALLERY: The battle to re-open Tahrir Square


Plainclothes security personnel use batons to beat a protester Tahrir Square 3 March (Reuters)
Plainclothes security personnel use batons to beat a protester Tahrir Square March 3 Reuters
Plainclothes security personnel use batons to beat an anti-government protester Reuters
Member of the anti-Morsi Black Bloc Egypt group walks past a vehicle in Tahrir Square Reuters
member of the anti-Mursi Black Bloc Egypt group walks past a vehicle in Tahrir Square Reuters
People gather near a police vehicle after it was set on fire by anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir
People gather near a police vehicle after it was set on fire by anti-Mursi protesters in Tahrir Square Reuters
A youth walks past a police vehicle set on fire by anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir (Reuters)
A youth walks past a police vehicle after it was set on fire by anti-Mursi protesters in Tahrir Square Reuters
Plain clothes security personnel beat anti-government protester at Tahrir Square (Reuters)
Plain cloth security personnel beat an anti-government protester with batons at Cairo's Tahrir Square Reuters
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Egyptian police attacked the square in the morning hours in an attempt to open it to traffic for the first day in 3 months

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security personnel?
how do you know these people are plainclothed security personnel?
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