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PHOTO GALLERY: As negotiations continue, Morsi supporters keep hope alive


Muslim Brotherhood supporters carry pictures of the deposed President Morsi near Cairo University
The Muslim Brotherhood, demanding the return of deposed President Mohamed Morsi
Muslim Brotherhood sit-in infront of Cairo University continues for the fifth week
Muslim Brotherhood carrying pictures of the deposed President Mohamed Morsi
A child carrying the Holy Quran in front of Cairo University in the sit-in of the Muslim Brotherhood
"Yes to legitimacy...No to the coup"
The Muslim Brotherhood demands the return of deposed President Mohamed Morsi
A group of children participating in the sit-in of the Muslim Brotherhood in front of Cairo Univ.
Pro-Morsi crowds continue protesting infront of Cairo University
A child participating in the protest holds a sign: "No to the forced breakup of the sit-in''
Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi continue sit-in near Cairo University
"Yes for Legitimacy"
Aug
5

For the fifth consecutive week the Muslim Brotherhood continue their sit-in to demand the return of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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