Funeral Held For Protesters Who Died During Violent Clashes With Police In Cairo

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Egyptian opposition figure Hamdeen Sabbahi , former Presidential... News PhotoArab Spring,Cairo,Conflict,Day,Death,Egypt,Former,Funeral,Government,Hamdeen Sabahi,Horizontal,Middle East,Organized Group,Pallbearer,Politics,Presidential Candidate,Protest,Protestor,Security,Standing,Tahrir Square - Cairo,ViolencePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Ed GilesCAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 4: Egyptian opposition figure Hamdeen Sabbahi (R), former Presidential candidate and a leading member of the country's National Salvation Front, stands with pallbearers at a funeral for two protesters killed during violent clashes with Egyptian security forces in the Egyptian capital in previous days, at the Omar Makram Mosque in Tahrir Square, on February 4, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. The funeral, held for Egyptian protesters Mohammed al Guindy and Amr Saad who were killed during fighting with riot police at protests near Cairo's Tahrir Square and outside Egypt's Presidential Palace, respectively, took place in Cairo's iconic in Tahrir Square. Protests have continued across Egypt nearly more than one week after the second anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution that overthrew former President Hosni Mubarak on January 25, 2011.(Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images). CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 4: Egyptian opposition figure Hamded Sabbahi (R), former Presidential candidate and a leading member of the country's National Salvation Front, stands with pallbearers at a funeral for two protesters killed during violent clashes with Egyptian security forces in the Egyptian capital in previous days, at the Omar Makram Mosque in Tahrir Square, on February 4, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. The funeral, held for Egyptian protesters Mohammed al Guindy and Amr Saad who were killed during fighting with riot police at protests near Cairo's Tahrir Square and outside Egypt's Presidential Palace. Protests have continued across Egypt nearly more than one week after the second anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution that overthrew former President Hosni Mubarak on January 25, 2011. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images)