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PHOTO GALLERY: Dozens demonstrate in Cairo for detainees release


Protesters play drums during march
Protesters carry large banners with detainees pictures during the march
Protesters during the march to the press syndicate
Demonstrators burn newspapers that endorse the new constitution
Demonstrators chant against military council, interior ministry during the march to the Press Syndic
Protesters outside the Press Syndicate
Protesters chant against the interior ministry during the march in downtown Cairo
Protester trample on sign that reads "Yes to the new constitution" during the march
Protesters outside the Press Syndicate for the release of detainees
Demonstrators chant against the military council, interior ministry
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Protesters march for the release of a number of activist detainees, call for rejection of draft constitution

Dozens marched 4 January from Abdel Moneim Riyad Square off Tahrir to the Press Syndicate in downtown Cairo for the release of a number of high profile activist detainees.

Carrying pictures of the detained, protesters chanted against the interior ministry, Egyptian chief army Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, and the new constitution that will be put to a referendum this month.

Photos by Mai Shaheen

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