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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt's volleyball team loses 3-0 to Iran at Rio Olympics


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Abd Elhalim Mohamed Abou (EGY) of Egypt spikes the ball. (REUTERS)
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Abd Elhalim Mohamed Abou (EGY) of Egypt (L) spikes the ball against Seyed Mohammad Mousavi Eraghi (IRI) of Iran. (REUTERS)
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Mahdi Marandi (IRI) of Iran (C) celebrates a point with team mates. (REUTERS)
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Egypt's Omar Hassan (L) spikes the ball as Iran's Shahram Mahmoudi tries to block during the men's qualifying volleyball match between Iran and Egypt at the Maracanazinho stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 13, 2016, during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (AFP)
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Ahmed Afifi (EGY) of Egypt (R) spikes the ball against Adel Gholami (IRI) of Iran (L) and Amir Ghafour (IRI) of Iran. (REUTERS)
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Iran's Shahram Mahmoudi spikes the ball as Egypt's Mohamed Badawy and Egypt's Mamdouh Abdelrehim try to stop during the men's qualifying volleyball match between Iran and Egypt at the Maracanazinho stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 13, 2016, during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (AFP)
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Egypt's Abdelhalim Elhalim Abou plays a shot during the men's qualifying volleyball match between Iran and Egypt at the Maracanazinho stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 13, 2016, during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (AFP)
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Egypt's Ahmed Abdelhay (L) spikes the ball as Iran's Farhad Ghaemi (C) and Iran's Seyed Mohammad Mousavi Eraghi try to stop during the men's qualifying volleyball match between Iran and Egypt at the Maracanazinho stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 13, 2016, during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (AFP)
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Ahmed Abdelaal (EGY) of Egypt (2L) celebrates a point with team mates. (REUTERS)
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Milad Ebadipour Ghara (IRI) of Iran (C) celebrates a point with team mates. (REUTERS)
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Milad Ebadipour Ghara (IRI) of Iran (C) spikes the ball against Ahmed Abdelhay (EGY) of Egypt (L). (REUTERS)
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