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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt Security forces disperse protest in front of Shura Council


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Protesters carry a banner that reads "No military trials for civilians" in front of the Shura Council
Security forces attack protesters in front of the Shura Council
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Demonstrators chant against military trial outside the Shura Council
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Security forces fire teargas at protesters
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Security forces attack protesters in front of the Shura Council
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Security forces fire teargas at protesters
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Protesters stand outside the Shura Council
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Protesters condemn military trials for civilians outside the Shura Council
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Security forces shout at protesters gathered in front of the Shura Council
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Protesters demonstrate against military trials for civilians in front of the Shura Council on Tuesday; security forces respond with force

(All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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