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Renewed protests over military rule in Egypt (18 images)

Egyptian troops clashed with petrol bomb-throwing protesters against military rule in Cairo, as the worst violence in weeks overshadowed the count in the second phase of a landmark general election.
An Egyptian demonstrator makes victory signs near a burning building during clashes with security forces near Cairo's Tahrir Square on December 17, 2011. Nine people are dead as violence raged for the second day marring the first free election in decades. UPI/Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptian protesters make the victory sign during clashes with security forces in the administrative heart of Cairo on December 17, 2011. Nine people are dead as violence raged for the second day marring the first free election in decades. UPI/Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptian protesters carry a wounded demonstrator following clashes with security forces near Cairo's Tahrir Square on December 17, 2011. Nine people are dead as violence raged for the second day marring the first free election in decades. UPI/Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptian soldiers beat-up a protester during clashes near Cairo's Tahrir Square on December 16, 2011. Egyptian troops clashed with petrol bomb-throwing protesters against military rule in Cairo, as the worst violence in weeks overshadowed the count in the second phase of a landmark general election. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptian protesters against military rule throw stones at supporters of soldiers during clashes near Cairo's Tahrir Square on December 16, 2011. Egyptian troops clashed with petrol bomb-throwing protesters against military rule in Cairo, as the worst violence in weeks overshadowed the count in the second phase of a landmark general election. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptian protesters against military rule throw stones at supporters of soldiers during clashes near Cairo's Tahrir Square on December 16, 2011. Egyptian troops clashed with petrol bomb-throwing protesters against military rule in Cairo, as the worst violence in weeks overshadowed the count in the second phase of a landmark general election. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptian protesters break into the Shura council building in Cairo on December 16, 2011. Egyptian troops clashed with petrol bomb-throwing protesters against military rule in Cairo, as the worst violence in weeks overshadowed the count in the second phase of a landmark general election. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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