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PHOTO GALLERY: Protest against jailing of Egyptian activist ends in clashes


A protester a holds banner with a picture of jailed activist Mahienour El-Masry
A protester holds banner with a picture of jailed activist Mahienour El-Masry
Clashes erupt between supporters and opponents of Abdel-Fattah El-Si
Protesters respond by throwing rocks in Talaat Harb Square
Demonstrators light fireworks during the demonstration
Protester chants against the jailing of Mahienour El-Masry
Demonstrators chant for the release of all detainees
Demonstrators carry pictures of Mahienour El-Masry and other detainees
Protesters play drums during their march in downtown Cairo
Protesters chant for the release of all detainees outside the press syndicate
Protesters throwing rocks in Talaat Harb Square
Demonstrators tearing up election posters of Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi
Protesters chant for the release of all detainees during a march in downtown Cairo
Protester chants for the release of Mahienour El-Masry
Protester chants for the release of all detainees outside the press syndicate
Protesters carrying pictures of police violations
Protester carrying banner calling for the release of activist Mahienour El-Masry
Protesters outside the press syndicate before the march
Demonstrator carries a picture of Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi with the message "against you"
May
25

Thousands march in downtown Cairo against the jailing of socialist activist Mahienour El-Masry. They are later attacked by supporters of presidential candidate and former army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi in Talaat Harb Square

All photos by Mai Shaheen

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