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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds march from Qasr El-Nil Bridge to Egypt cabinet to commemorate 2011 clashes

Protesters during their march
Demonstrators commemorate Azhar Sheikh killed in clashes
Protesters wave pictures of martyrs
Protesters wave flags with pictures of martyrs during march on Egyptian cabinet
Protesters chant against former military council during their march
Demonstrators launch fireworks outside the Egyptian cabinet
Demonstrators play drums during the march
Protesters carry banner against Muslim Brotherhood during their march on cabinet
Protesters accuse former SCAF leader Tantawy of "murder"
Demonstrators reach the Egyptian cabinet
Protesters wave flags with pictures of the martyrs outside the cabinet

On the second anniversary of December 2011 cabinet clashes, several hundred protesters march on Monday evening on headquarters of the Egyptian cabinet in downtown Cairo to demand justice for martyrs

All photos by Mai Shaheen

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17-12-2013 10:48am
2011 revolution was waste of time and resources, old guards are back
Military got complete power in new constitution, people could be arrested and tried by military in secrecy, Its old regime with new faces.
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