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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds participate in Friday's downtown march


Banner reads "Retribution" (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
The political activist, Kamal Khalil, chanting against the IMF loans. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
Protestors at the Talaat Harb square. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
A sign against the president Morsi. (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
During the Downtown march. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
A sign reads "more than 8 million unemployed in need of work. (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
Banner reads "Retribution" (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
The political activist Kamal Khalil. (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
Protesters chanting against the president Mohammad Morsi. (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
Protestors at the Talaat Harb square. (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
A sign demanding the immediate release of military detainees. (Photo:Mai Shaheen)
Photo: Mai Shaheen
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Revolutionaries demand trials for SCAF members with blood on their hands, release of military detainees, rejection of IMF loans, and LE1500 monthly minimum wage (All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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