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PHOTO GALLERY: Protests turn violent around the presidential palace


(Reuters) Protesters throw molotov cocktails at security forces inside the presidential palace
(Reuters) Protesters throw molotov cocktails at security forces inside the presidential palace
(Reuters) A protester walks away after throwing stones inside the presidential palace
(Reuters) Protesters throw stones at security forces inside the presidential palace
(Reuters) Police burn tents of protesters who staged a sit-in for weeks in front of the p.palace
(Reuters) Protesters stand in front of one of the gates of the presidential palace
(Reuters) Protesters throw more benzene into a fire that broke out
(Reuters) A protester stands in front of police vehicles
(Reuters) Protesters stand in front of one of the gates of the presidential palace
(Reuters) Protesters throw fireworks at police during clashes in front of the presidential palace
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After thousands descended in peaceful marches on the presidential palace in Heliopolis, clashes ensued between the security forces and protesters.

Photos by Reuters

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Ray Gibbs
02-02-2013 06:05am
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