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Tahrir Field Hospital

[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] CAIRO, EGYPT - NOVEMBER 21: Egyptian protester passing away after being shot by police - doctors failed to bring him to life. On November 19, 2011 - Central Security Forces broke up Tahrir's sit-in of those who were injured earlier in January during the First Egyptian Uprising. Things escalated leading into a nonstop battle that lasted for exactly 100 hours between protesters and Central Security Forces in Mohamed Mahmoud street at Tahrir square. Protesters were using rocks and molotov cocktails against CSF's CR teargas, nerve gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition. Overall losses of protesters: more than 60 killed, hundreds arrested, thousands injured, many lost an eye. (Photo by: Jonathan Rashad)
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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] CAIRO, EGYPT - NOVEMBER 21: Egyptian protester passing away after being shot by police - doctors failed to bring him to life. On November 19, 2011 - Central Security Forces broke up Tahrir's sit-in of those who were injured earlier in January during the First Egyptian Uprising. Things escalated leading into a nonstop battle that lasted for exactly 100 hours between protesters and Central Security Forces in Mohamed Mahmoud street at Tahrir square. Protesters were using rocks and molotov cocktails against CSF's CR teargas, nerve gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition. Overall losses of protesters: more than 60 killed, hundreds arrested, thousands injured, many lost an eye. (Photo by: Jonathan Rashad)
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