20 November 2011 – Revolution continues in Tahrir Square, Cairo.

The following are images taken from the streets of Cairo today, mostly Tahrir Square. These pics really don’t show how intense and awful the violence was, but I felt it worth putting them up to ad what I can to the documentation of events here, which are at a truly critical stage.

men form a cordon to stop press and emotional protesters crowding doctors and patients

About Austin G. Mackell

I am a freelance journalist who has worked for a variety of corporate and community outlets from my hometown of Sydney and from the Middle East, including from Lebanon during Israels 2006 invasion and from Iran during the tumultuous presidential elections there in 2009. I have recently moved to Cairo to watch the revolutions in Arab world unfold.
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One Response to 20 November 2011 – Revolution continues in Tahrir Square, Cairo.

  1. Pingback: Solidarity with the Uprising of the People of Egypt « KADAITCHA

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