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PHOTO GALLERY: Thousands of Cairo University students gather to condemn colleague's killing


Cairo University students chant for slain Mohamed Reda
Students carry signs denouncing police presence on campus
Police vehicle burned by unknown assailants during the demonstration
Faculty and staff at Cairo University denounce the killing of Mohamed Reda
Large banner on Engineering Faculty building reads "College is closed"
Large banner on Engineering Faculty building reads "Down with military rule"
Students chant against Egypt army chief Abdel Fattah El-Sisi
Protesters chant for slain Reda at Cairo University
Students chant against Egypt army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi
Students hold sign that reads "Campus is a red line"
Cairo University students chant for martyr Mohamed Reda
Students hold sign: "Complete strike until demands are met"
Students outside Cairo University
Students outside Cairo University
Students hold sign: 'Justice for the martyr Mohamed Reda'
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Thousands of students demonstrate in front of Cairo University campus to condemn the killing of their colleague, Mohamed Reda, inside campus during a police crackdown on ongoing student protests

(All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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