Egypt Protests Erupt In Violence

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Egyptian Demonstrators
Egyptian demonstrators shout slogans next to burning police vehicles in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Anti Government Protesters Take To The Streets In Cairo
Protesters ride on an armoured personnel carrier as it moves through the streets near Tahrir Square on January 28, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital. Hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell demonstrations.
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Egypt Riot
Egyptian demonstrators fuel the fire next to burning police vehicles in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egypt Riot
Egyptian demonstrators stand next to a burning riot police vehicle in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egypt Riot
Egyptian demonstrators flash V-signs next to a burning riot police vehicle in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egypt Riot
An Egyptian demonstrator throws a tire into a burning riot police vehicle in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Masked Egyptian Demonstrators
Masked Egyptian demonstrators holds their national flag as they stand next to a burning riot police vehicle in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Anti Government Protesters Take To The Streets In Cairo
Protestors attempt to get into Tahrir Square on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt.Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital. Hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell demonstrations.
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Egyptians Living In Athens
Egyptians living in Athens carry placards during a protest against Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's regime, outside the Egyptian embassy in Athens, on January 28, 2011.
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Egyptian Officer Fires Tear Gas
An Egyptian police officer fires tear gas at demonstrators in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.
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Egypt Riot
Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Demonstrator Arrested
Egyptian plain cloth police officers arrest a demonstrator in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egyptian Riot Police
Egyptian riot police disperse demonstrators in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egyptian Women Pray Behind Riot Police
Egyptian women pray behind a row of riot police ahead of demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Smoke In Egypt
Cairo's historic Sultan Hassan and Al-Rifai mosques are engulfed with smoke from a nearby fire at a police station which was set ablaze during massive protests on January 28, 2011 by Egyptians demanding President Hosni Mubarak be ousted.
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Smoke In The Egyptian Sky
Smoke billows up into the late evening sky on January 28, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital. Hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell demonstrations.
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Egyptian Demonstrators In Prayer
Egyptian demonstrators perform the Friday noon prayer in front of riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.
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Anti Government Protesters Take To The Streets In Cairo
Riot police face protestors on the Kasr Al Nile Bridge on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.
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Egypt Riots
Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egypt Riots
Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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Egypt, Riot
An Egyptian Demonstrator Confronts Riot
An Egyptian demonstrator confronts riot police during demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011.
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One Comment

  1. Fifi LaRue says:

    One more time… I am stunned by your ignorance.

  2. matt says:

    none if they can have their country back! GO EGYPT!!!

  3. The Crux of the Biscuit says:

    Poor people around the world are protesting. Coming soon to a town near you….

  4. Joe says:

    The people that would be fleeing would be those that are in ‘power positions’. They will be coming here and on the taxpayor dime as well.

  5. shine says:

    One man, one vote, one time.

  6. Mr Frank says:

    Wow. Talk about ignorance, hate and intolerance. Wonder what country you’re from.

  7. mark from mntaxwaste.com says:

    As I have watched what has happened in Egypt in the last week I have come to know EVIL and his name is President Hosni Mubarak.
    What this man has done to the people of Egypt in the last 30 years is something that disgusts me and my beliefs of what freedom is. He has not listened to the people of Egypt, and only has had his own interests in mind. I have seen the Freedom Fighters being beaten down by people who Mubarak let lose on them. He did this for his own interests and not the interests on the Egyptians who want freedom to choose their leaders.
    I am disgusted at my own government, and other nations for helping to keep this man in power. How can we as the Country that people look to for freedom support a man like this. How can we as a country where our citizens can go out into the streets and protest what we believe in support a man who beats down people for just speaking their minds. How can we support a man who drags his citizens out of their homes beats them, and murders them in cold blood. How can we support this man who stuffs his ballet boxes so his party always wins, when we hold our freedom to vote as one of our strongest freedoms. How can we as a country of plenty support a man who starves his citizens. If I could go over and help the freedom fighters I would in a heartbeat.
    If Egypt goes hard Muslim who are we to stop them, we have no right to impose our views on another nation. Do I agree with how Muslims live their lives, no, but who am I to tell others how to live their lives. As long as a person does not force their views on me I am OK, if they cross that line we will have a problem. As long as we all stand together and support each others views we have freedom and all the rights that go along with it, but no where in our Constitution does it says we need to go around the world and push our views on other nations.
    Don’t get me wrong I love my country, and would put my life on the table for my others Americans, but as a nation that wants to run other countries, we don’t have that right. mark@mntaxwaste.com

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