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PHOTO GALLERY: Ultras Ahlawy renew protests for release of comrades


Protesters carrying signs and chanting en route to the High Court
Protesters chant for the release of detainees in front of the High Court
Ultras Ahlawy in front of the High Court in Cairo
Ultras Ahlawy protesters
Ultras Ahlawy during Wednesday's march from the Ahly club to the High Court
Banner reading "Ultras are no criminals" in Arabic as protesters chant against the arrest of 25 memb
Ultras fans marching toward the High Court in central Cairo
The protesters carry a signs and pictures for the detainees during their march to the High Court
Ultras Ahlawy protesters
Ultras Ahlawy protesters
Protesters hold pictures of the detainees in front of the High Court in Cairo
Ultras Ahlawy members hold banners demanding the release of detainees
Ultras Ahlawy protesters on their way to the High Court
Ultras Ahlawy durng the march from the Ahly club to the High Court
Nov
6

Hundreds of ardent Ahly sports club fans marched Wednesday from the club to the High Court in downtown Cairo to demand release of 25 friends arrested by the police

(All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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