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PHOTO GALLERY: Morsi supporters cheer deposed president, from a distance


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Pro-Morsi supporter hold picture of the deposed President in front of security forces
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Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi at Police Academy
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Women chanting against the trial of deposed President Mohamed Morsi
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Pro-Morsi supporters hold pictures of the deposed President, and calling for justice for martyrs
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Morsi loyalists chanting against his trial
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A supporter of deposed President Mohamed Morsi carry a picture of one of Rabaa Al-Adawyia's victims
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Supporters of the deposed President Mohamed Morsi at Police Academy holding Rabaa signs
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Morsi loyalists chanting against his trial
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Supporters of the deposed President Mohamed Morsi at Police Academy
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A woman chanting against the trial of Morsi
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Pro-Morsi supporters hold pictures of the deposed President in front of the Police Academy
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"Trouncing on the people's will"
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supporters of the deposed President Mohamed Morsi at Police Academy
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Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters converge at army-set barricades near the Police Academy in New Cairo to holler support for Morsi on opening day of trial on inciting murder charges

(All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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