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Picture of the day: Police tear down four-year-old security wall in downtown Cairo
Fahmy Street, Downtown Cairo
Jun
23

Police bring down one of several security walls built in downtown Cairo post-2011 revolution on Fahmy Street on 23 June, 2015. (Photo: Arab Loutfi)

The barricade-like walls were built by security forces during violent clashes between protesters and the police in the months following the 25 January uprising.

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