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Back to Tahrir, despite the revolution


After the early euphoria surrounding the dethroning of former President and dictator Hosni Mubarak, protesters in Egypt are back on the streets demonstrating against the presidential decrees that give President Mohamed Morsy near-absolute powers. A collection of images of events post the Tahrir square uprising. Photos: AP, Compiled by Deeksha Vasanth Rao




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