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Are Egyptian Generals encouraging sectarian violence to delay elections?

Blog Cairo, Egypt - 12 October 2011

[Photo: geenike / Tahrir Square, Cairo, August 1, 2011]

Twenty-five people are dead and more than 300 injured in Cairo after clashes between the Egyptian Army and Copts during a demonstration on October 9th. Some fear an escalation of sectarian violence in Egypt, while others denounce the government for wanting to destabilise the country and choke the revolution. Here are some of the best eyewitness pictures and video from the tense situation in Cairo.

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