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PHOTO GALLERY: Demonstrations for 2nd day to mark 2nd anniversary of Mohamed Mahmoud battle


Protesters carry symbolic coffins for the martyrs of Mohamed Mahmoud battle during the march.
The commemoration of Mohamed Mahmoud battle
A huge banner with pictures of the martyrs of Mohamed Mahmoud battle
Demonstrators during their march from Talaat Harb square to Mohamed Mahmoud street
Protesters light fireworks in Mohamed Mahmoud street
Protesters play drums during the demonstration
Protesters chant for the victims of Mohamed Mahmoud battle
Protesters carry symbolic coffins for the martyrs of Mohamed Mahmoud battle during their march
Protesters carry pictures of martyrs
Protesters hold pictures for the victims of Mohamed Mahmoud battle during the march
Symbolic coffins for the martyrs of Mohamed Mahmoud battle in Tahrir
Protester chant for the victims of Mohamed Mahmoud battle
Protesters hold flags with pictures of Mohamed Mahmoud victims in a march from Talaat Harb to Tahrir
Protesters hold flags and pictures for the martyrs in Mohamed Mahmoud street
Protesters chant against Egypt army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi during their march
Protesters carry a symbolic coffins for the martyrs of Mohamed Mahmoud battle
Nov
19

Several thousand anti-military, anti-Brotherhood protesters carry the coffins of comrades who died in the famous battle near Tahrir two years ago

(All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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