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Egyptian Protests Show No Signs Of Abating
February 05, 2011 09:57 GMT
A protester cries as soldiers move in trying to convince demonstrators to dismantle their barricades in Tahrir Square.
General Hassan el-Roweni argues with anti-Mubarak demonstrators as he tries to convince them to dismantle barricades.
Anti-government protesters shout slogans and wave the national flag at a barricade in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
An antigovernment protester flashes the victory sign while holding his national flag in Tahrir Square on February 5.
Protesters read newspapers under a banner reading "People Want The Regime To Fall" in Tahrir Square on February 5.
An antigovernment protester, her face painted in the colors of the national flag, stands in Tahrir Square on February 4.
An antigovernment demonstrator protects his head with a kitchen pot at a barricade on Tahrir Square on February 4.
An Egyptian soldier leads away a man suspected of being in President Hosni Mubarak’s secret police on February 4.
Protesters block one of the army's armored personnel carriers from pulling out of Tahrir Square on February 5.
A wounded antigovernment protester joins in Friday Prayers at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 4.
Tens of thousands of antigovernment protesters gather on Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 4.
A wounded antigovernment protester stands in Tahrir Square on February 5.
Opposition supporters talk near graffiti referring to the social networking site Facebook on Tahrir Square.
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