A woman walks under an Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt. After the January 25th protest, demonstrators occupied Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt and demanded the overthrow of the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
 After protesters storm the Ministry of the Interior a battle erupts between the protesters and the Police members. Despite tear gas and rounds of rubber bullets, the protesters prevailed and chased the police out of the area.
 Protesters trash a police vehicle as a sign of the distrust of the government and violence inflicted by police members in Cairo, Egypt.
 A girl holds the side of an Egyptian flag during a protest in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011.
 Crowds cheer on the military as they enter the square as government building in the background still smolder from the "Day of Rage" on January 29, 2011.
 A Pro Mubarak rally in the affluent neighborhood of Zamalek, in Cairo. Egypt. The demonstration was attended by thousands of supporters on February 2nd 2011.
 Pro-Democracy protesters fight to remain in Tahrir Square erecting improvised barricades and defending their territory by waging battles with rocks-creating catapults and headgear out of surrounding debris.
 The barricades that separate Tahrir Square from the Pro-Mubarak protesters, and the rest of the world on February 4, 2011.
 A mother and daughter during a female protest in Tahrir Square, Cairo on February 6,2011.
 An army general attempts to reason with the protesters as they sit in front of tanks to stop the army from entering the square.
 Demonstrators pray during the evening as a peaceful protest against the Mubarak regime in Tahrir Square.
 A wounded man flashes the victory sign while being treated and carried towards a makeshift hospital in a Mosque. Fighting raged on for two days injuring thousands and killing over 200 Egyptians.
 In Taalat Harb square demonstrators keep Pro-Mubarak fighters outside of the square- protecting those that are occupying the square peacefully.
 Protestors prematurely rejoice after an inaccurate claim that Mubarak has fled the country.
 A woman leads the singing during a demonstration in Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011.
 A girl cries during a protest in Tahrir Square as rain falls. Egyptians, after centuries of living in the desert, believe that rainfall is a sign from God.
 Men recoil in anger after watching President Mubarak's statement on television in which he tells the protesters of Tahrir Square that he will not be stepping down as president on February 10, 2011. He later left 24 hours later.
 A man reacts after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 18 days of protest on February 11 ,2011.
 A car full of women and Egyptians celebrate under the 16th of July bridge in Zamalek, Cairo after President Mubarak announced his resignation on February 11,2011 resulting in the success of eighteen days of protest.
 Egyptians celebrate after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 30 years as head of Egypt.
 In November of 2011, Egypt is once again thrown into turmoil shortly before for the first democratic election. Men standing on the former American University in Cairo off Tahrir Square view the violent conflict between police forces and demonstrators on November 21st, 2011.
 Motorcycles enter Mohamed Mahmoud Street to pick up the wounded near Cairo's Tahrir Square to retrieve injured protestors and ferry them to field hospitals stationed in the square on November 22nd 2011.
 A woman runs from teargas and rubber bullets shot off by the Egyptian riot Police on November 22nd 2011.  Protestors gather in Cairo’s Tahrir square to speak out against SCAF, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which has governed Egypt since the Revolution. The violent protests ended after a week with over 40 killed and thousands injured.
 Onlookers in Tahrir Square watch Protestors come out of Mohamed Mahmoud Street where the Egyptian riot police fire tear gas into the crowd. on November 22nd 2011.
 A group of youth's stand and sing revolutionary songs to onlookers on November 22nd 2011.
 A man wearing a gas mask and an Egyptian flag prays as the sun goes down in Tahrir Square on November 22nd 2011.
 Anti-Government graffiti on the American University in Cairo Library on November 23rd, 2011.
 Men listen during Friday's prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.
 Friday prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.
 A girl stands near a popcorn vendor in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.
 On the 6th day of protest and three days before the election, a million people gathered in Tahrir square on November 25th, 2011.
 Protests continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square on November 26th, two days before national elections.
 Mohamed Mamoud Street of Tahrir Square is blocked off to keep a cease fire active between the protestors and the Egyptian police on November 26th, 2011.
 Egyptians read ballot forms with candidate information handed out in Cairo's Tahrir Square the night before elections on November 27th, 2011.
 A woman inks her finger to indicate she has voted on November 28th, 2011.  The first day of the first round of Parliamentary elections begin in Cairo, Egypt after a week of violence threaten to mar the election process. The day was free of violence though plagued by confusion among voters and electoral observers.
 A woman fills out her ballot while an election worker looks over her shoulder on November 28th, 2011.
 A woman walks under an Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt. After the January 25th protest, demonstrators occupied Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt and demanded the overthrow of the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

A woman walks under an Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt. After the January 25th protest, demonstrators occupied Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt and demanded the overthrow of the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

 After protesters storm the Ministry of the Interior a battle erupts between the protesters and the Police members. Despite tear gas and rounds of rubber bullets, the protesters prevailed and chased the police out of the area.

After protesters storm the Ministry of the Interior a battle erupts between the protesters and the Police members. Despite tear gas and rounds of rubber bullets, the protesters prevailed and chased the police out of the area.

 Protesters trash a police vehicle as a sign of the distrust of the government and violence inflicted by police members in Cairo, Egypt.

Protesters trash a police vehicle as a sign of the distrust of the government and violence inflicted by police members in Cairo, Egypt.

 A girl holds the side of an Egyptian flag during a protest in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011.

A girl holds the side of an Egyptian flag during a protest in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011.

 Crowds cheer on the military as they enter the square as government building in the background still smolder from the "Day of Rage" on January 29, 2011.

Crowds cheer on the military as they enter the square as government building in the background still smolder from the "Day of Rage" on January 29, 2011.

 A Pro Mubarak rally in the affluent neighborhood of Zamalek, in Cairo. Egypt. The demonstration was attended by thousands of supporters on February 2nd 2011.

A Pro Mubarak rally in the affluent neighborhood of Zamalek, in Cairo. Egypt. The demonstration was attended by thousands of supporters on February 2nd 2011.

 Pro-Democracy protesters fight to remain in Tahrir Square erecting improvised barricades and defending their territory by waging battles with rocks-creating catapults and headgear out of surrounding debris.

Pro-Democracy protesters fight to remain in Tahrir Square erecting improvised barricades and defending their territory by waging battles with rocks-creating catapults and headgear out of surrounding debris.

 The barricades that separate Tahrir Square from the Pro-Mubarak protesters, and the rest of the world on February 4, 2011.

The barricades that separate Tahrir Square from the Pro-Mubarak protesters, and the rest of the world on February 4, 2011.

 A mother and daughter during a female protest in Tahrir Square, Cairo on February 6,2011.

A mother and daughter during a female protest in Tahrir Square, Cairo on February 6,2011.

 An army general attempts to reason with the protesters as they sit in front of tanks to stop the army from entering the square.

An army general attempts to reason with the protesters as they sit in front of tanks to stop the army from entering the square.

 Demonstrators pray during the evening as a peaceful protest against the Mubarak regime in Tahrir Square.

Demonstrators pray during the evening as a peaceful protest against the Mubarak regime in Tahrir Square.

 A wounded man flashes the victory sign while being treated and carried towards a makeshift hospital in a Mosque. Fighting raged on for two days injuring thousands and killing over 200 Egyptians.

A wounded man flashes the victory sign while being treated and carried towards a makeshift hospital in a Mosque. Fighting raged on for two days injuring thousands and killing over 200 Egyptians.

 In Taalat Harb square demonstrators keep Pro-Mubarak fighters outside of the square- protecting those that are occupying the square peacefully.

In Taalat Harb square demonstrators keep Pro-Mubarak fighters outside of the square- protecting those that are occupying the square peacefully.

 Protestors prematurely rejoice after an inaccurate claim that Mubarak has fled the country.

Protestors prematurely rejoice after an inaccurate claim that Mubarak has fled the country.

 A woman leads the singing during a demonstration in Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011.

A woman leads the singing during a demonstration in Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011.

 A girl cries during a protest in Tahrir Square as rain falls. Egyptians, after centuries of living in the desert, believe that rainfall is a sign from God.

A girl cries during a protest in Tahrir Square as rain falls. Egyptians, after centuries of living in the desert, believe that rainfall is a sign from God.

 Men recoil in anger after watching President Mubarak's statement on television in which he tells the protesters of Tahrir Square that he will not be stepping down as president on February 10, 2011. He later left 24 hours later.

Men recoil in anger after watching President Mubarak's statement on television in which he tells the protesters of Tahrir Square that he will not be stepping down as president on February 10, 2011. He later left 24 hours later.

 A man reacts after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 18 days of protest on February 11 ,2011.

A man reacts after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 18 days of protest on February 11 ,2011.

 A car full of women and Egyptians celebrate under the 16th of July bridge in Zamalek, Cairo after President Mubarak announced his resignation on February 11,2011 resulting in the success of eighteen days of protest.

A car full of women and Egyptians celebrate under the 16th of July bridge in Zamalek, Cairo after President Mubarak announced his resignation on February 11,2011 resulting in the success of eighteen days of protest.

 Egyptians celebrate after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 30 years as head of Egypt.

Egyptians celebrate after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 30 years as head of Egypt.

 In November of 2011, Egypt is once again thrown into turmoil shortly before for the first democratic election. Men standing on the former American University in Cairo off Tahrir Square view the violent conflict between police forces and demonstrators on November 21st, 2011.

In November of 2011, Egypt is once again thrown into turmoil shortly before for the first democratic election. Men standing on the former American University in Cairo off Tahrir Square view the violent conflict between police forces and demonstrators on November 21st, 2011.

 Motorcycles enter Mohamed Mahmoud Street to pick up the wounded near Cairo's Tahrir Square to retrieve injured protestors and ferry them to field hospitals stationed in the square on November 22nd 2011.

Motorcycles enter Mohamed Mahmoud Street to pick up the wounded near Cairo's Tahrir Square to retrieve injured protestors and ferry them to field hospitals stationed in the square on November 22nd 2011.

 A woman runs from teargas and rubber bullets shot off by the Egyptian riot Police on November 22nd 2011.  Protestors gather in Cairo’s Tahrir square to speak out against SCAF, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which has governed Egypt since the Revolution. The violent protests ended after a week with over 40 killed and thousands injured.

A woman runs from teargas and rubber bullets shot off by the Egyptian riot Police on November 22nd 2011. Protestors gather in Cairo’s Tahrir square to speak out against SCAF, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which has governed Egypt since the Revolution. The violent protests ended after a week with over 40 killed and thousands injured.

 Onlookers in Tahrir Square watch Protestors come out of Mohamed Mahmoud Street where the Egyptian riot police fire tear gas into the crowd. on November 22nd 2011.

Onlookers in Tahrir Square watch Protestors come out of Mohamed Mahmoud Street where the Egyptian riot police fire tear gas into the crowd. on November 22nd 2011.

 A group of youth's stand and sing revolutionary songs to onlookers on November 22nd 2011.

A group of youth's stand and sing revolutionary songs to onlookers on November 22nd 2011.

 A man wearing a gas mask and an Egyptian flag prays as the sun goes down in Tahrir Square on November 22nd 2011.

A man wearing a gas mask and an Egyptian flag prays as the sun goes down in Tahrir Square on November 22nd 2011.

 Anti-Government graffiti on the American University in Cairo Library on November 23rd, 2011.

Anti-Government graffiti on the American University in Cairo Library on November 23rd, 2011.

 Men listen during Friday's prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

Men listen during Friday's prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

 Friday prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

Friday prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

 A girl stands near a popcorn vendor in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

A girl stands near a popcorn vendor in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

 On the 6th day of protest and three days before the election, a million people gathered in Tahrir square on November 25th, 2011.

On the 6th day of protest and three days before the election, a million people gathered in Tahrir square on November 25th, 2011.

 Protests continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square on November 26th, two days before national elections.

Protests continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square on November 26th, two days before national elections.

 Mohamed Mamoud Street of Tahrir Square is blocked off to keep a cease fire active between the protestors and the Egyptian police on November 26th, 2011.

Mohamed Mamoud Street of Tahrir Square is blocked off to keep a cease fire active between the protestors and the Egyptian police on November 26th, 2011.

 Egyptians read ballot forms with candidate information handed out in Cairo's Tahrir Square the night before elections on November 27th, 2011.

Egyptians read ballot forms with candidate information handed out in Cairo's Tahrir Square the night before elections on November 27th, 2011.

 A woman inks her finger to indicate she has voted on November 28th, 2011.  The first day of the first round of Parliamentary elections begin in Cairo, Egypt after a week of violence threaten to mar the election process. The day was free of violence though plagued by confusion among voters and electoral observers.

A woman inks her finger to indicate she has voted on November 28th, 2011. The first day of the first round of Parliamentary elections begin in Cairo, Egypt after a week of violence threaten to mar the election process. The day was free of violence though plagued by confusion among voters and electoral observers.

 A woman fills out her ballot while an election worker looks over her shoulder on November 28th, 2011.

A woman fills out her ballot while an election worker looks over her shoulder on November 28th, 2011.

A woman walks under an Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt. After the January 25th protest, demonstrators occupied Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt and demanded the overthrow of the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

After protesters storm the Ministry of the Interior a battle erupts between the protesters and the Police members. Despite tear gas and rounds of rubber bullets, the protesters prevailed and chased the police out of the area.

Protesters trash a police vehicle as a sign of the distrust of the government and violence inflicted by police members in Cairo, Egypt.

A girl holds the side of an Egyptian flag during a protest in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011.

Crowds cheer on the military as they enter the square as government building in the background still smolder from the "Day of Rage" on January 29, 2011.

A Pro Mubarak rally in the affluent neighborhood of Zamalek, in Cairo. Egypt. The demonstration was attended by thousands of supporters on February 2nd 2011.

Pro-Democracy protesters fight to remain in Tahrir Square erecting improvised barricades and defending their territory by waging battles with rocks-creating catapults and headgear out of surrounding debris.

The barricades that separate Tahrir Square from the Pro-Mubarak protesters, and the rest of the world on February 4, 2011.

A mother and daughter during a female protest in Tahrir Square, Cairo on February 6,2011.

An army general attempts to reason with the protesters as they sit in front of tanks to stop the army from entering the square.

Demonstrators pray during the evening as a peaceful protest against the Mubarak regime in Tahrir Square.

A wounded man flashes the victory sign while being treated and carried towards a makeshift hospital in a Mosque. Fighting raged on for two days injuring thousands and killing over 200 Egyptians.

In Taalat Harb square demonstrators keep Pro-Mubarak fighters outside of the square- protecting those that are occupying the square peacefully.

Protestors prematurely rejoice after an inaccurate claim that Mubarak has fled the country.

A woman leads the singing during a demonstration in Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011.

A girl cries during a protest in Tahrir Square as rain falls. Egyptians, after centuries of living in the desert, believe that rainfall is a sign from God.

Men recoil in anger after watching President Mubarak's statement on television in which he tells the protesters of Tahrir Square that he will not be stepping down as president on February 10, 2011. He later left 24 hours later.

A man reacts after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 18 days of protest on February 11 ,2011.

A car full of women and Egyptians celebrate under the 16th of July bridge in Zamalek, Cairo after President Mubarak announced his resignation on February 11,2011 resulting in the success of eighteen days of protest.

Egyptians celebrate after receiving the news that President Mubarak has stepped down after 30 years as head of Egypt.

In November of 2011, Egypt is once again thrown into turmoil shortly before for the first democratic election. Men standing on the former American University in Cairo off Tahrir Square view the violent conflict between police forces and demonstrators on November 21st, 2011.

Motorcycles enter Mohamed Mahmoud Street to pick up the wounded near Cairo's Tahrir Square to retrieve injured protestors and ferry them to field hospitals stationed in the square on November 22nd 2011.

A woman runs from teargas and rubber bullets shot off by the Egyptian riot Police on November 22nd 2011. Protestors gather in Cairo’s Tahrir square to speak out against SCAF, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which has governed Egypt since the Revolution. The violent protests ended after a week with over 40 killed and thousands injured.

Onlookers in Tahrir Square watch Protestors come out of Mohamed Mahmoud Street where the Egyptian riot police fire tear gas into the crowd. on November 22nd 2011.

A group of youth's stand and sing revolutionary songs to onlookers on November 22nd 2011.

A man wearing a gas mask and an Egyptian flag prays as the sun goes down in Tahrir Square on November 22nd 2011.

Anti-Government graffiti on the American University in Cairo Library on November 23rd, 2011.

Men listen during Friday's prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

Friday prayers in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

A girl stands near a popcorn vendor in Tahrir Square on November 25th, 2011.

On the 6th day of protest and three days before the election, a million people gathered in Tahrir square on November 25th, 2011.

Protests continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square on November 26th, two days before national elections.

Mohamed Mamoud Street of Tahrir Square is blocked off to keep a cease fire active between the protestors and the Egyptian police on November 26th, 2011.

Egyptians read ballot forms with candidate information handed out in Cairo's Tahrir Square the night before elections on November 27th, 2011.

A woman inks her finger to indicate she has voted on November 28th, 2011. The first day of the first round of Parliamentary elections begin in Cairo, Egypt after a week of violence threaten to mar the election process. The day was free of violence though plagued by confusion among voters and electoral observers.

A woman fills out her ballot while an election worker looks over her shoulder on November 28th, 2011.

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