Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 17, 2011

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Egyptian protesters carry an injured fellow protester during clashes with military police near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers clashed with hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in central Cairo for a second consecutive day on Saturday, in a resurgence of turmoil just days after millions voted in parliamentary elections.

Egyptian protesters carry an injured fellow protester during clashes with military police near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers clashed with hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in central Cairo for a second consecutive day on Saturday, in a resurgence of turmoil just days after millions voted in parliamentary elections.

Supporters of the military rulers of Egypt shout slogans against opponents demonstrating against the army rule from the roof of the building housing the ministry of transport and communications in central Cairo on December 17, 2011. Clashes between Egyptian security forces and protesters have killed eight people and wounded another 299, the health ministry said in the morning.

Supporters of the military rulers of Egypt shout slogans against opponents demonstrating against the army rule from the roof of the building housing the ministry of transport and communications in centralCairo on December 17, 2011. Clashes between Egyptian security forces and protesters have killed eight people and wounded another 299, the health ministry said in the morning.

Egyptian protesters throw stones toward military police during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers clashed with hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in central Cairo for a second consecutive day on Saturday, in a resurgence of turmoil just days after millions voted in parliamentary elections.

Egyptian protesters throw stones toward military police during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo,Egypt Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers clashed with hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in central Cairo for a second consecutive day on Saturday, in a resurgence of turmoil just days after millions voted in parliamentary elections.

Egyptian military police use a water cannon against protesters during clashes near Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers clashed with hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in central Cairo for a second consecutive day on Saturday, in a resurgence of turmoil just days after millions voted in parliamentary elections.

Egyptian military police use a water cannon against protesters during clashes near Tahrir Square, in Cairo,Egypt Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers clashed with hundreds of rock-throwing protesters in central Cairo for a second consecutive day on Saturday, in a resurgence of turmoil just days after millions voted in parliamentary elections.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at a building next to the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Three people were killed as troops fought daylong battles with protesters, showing the tensions seething in Egypt nine months after Hosni Mubarak's fall, even in the midst of polls meant to herald a promised transfer to civilian rule.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at a building next to the cabinet near Tahrir Square in CairoDecember 17, 2011. Three people were killed as troops fought daylong battles with protesters, showing the tensions seething in Egypt nine months afterHosni Mubarak’s fall, even in the midst of polls meant to herald a promised transfer to civilian rule.

A protester wearing a head scarf that reads "Allah is the Greatest" throw rocks at army soldiers during clashes near the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. At least two people were killed and 100 wounded in Cairo on Friday as demonstrators fought troops in the worst violence since Egypt began its first free election in six decades. In a pattern that has recurred during nine months of army rule since President Hosni Mubarak's overthrow in February, the confrontation swiftly grew as more people took to the streets.

A protester wearing a head scarf that reads “Allah is the Greatest” throw rocks at army soldiers during clashes near the cabinet near Tahrir Square in CairoDecember 17, 2011.

An injured protester is evacuated by a fellow protester on the back of a motorcycle during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Protesters assist an injured fellow protester during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Protesters run during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. At least two people were killed and 100 wounded in Cairo on Friday as demonstrators fought troops in the worst violence since Egypt began its first free election in six decades. In a pattern that has recurred during nine months of army rule since President Hosni Mubarak's overthrow in February, the confrontation swiftly grew as more people took to the streets.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at a building next to cabinet offices near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Three people were killed as troops fought daylong battles with protesters, showing the tensions seething in Egypt nine months after Hosni Mubarak's fall, even in the midst of polls meant to herald a promised transfer to civilian rule.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at a building next to cabinet offices near Tahrir Square in CairoDecember 17, 2011. Three people were killed as troops fought daylong battles with protesters, showing the tensions seething in Egypt nine months afterHosni Mubarak’s fall, even in the midst of polls meant to herald a promised transfer to civilian rule.

Army soldiers stand guard after clashes with protesters at Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Soldiers baton-charged demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday a day after street clashes killed eight people and wounded more than 300, marring the first free election most Egyptians can remember.

Army soldiers stand guard after clashes with protesters at Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Soldiers baton-charged demonstrators in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Saturday a day after street clashes killed eight people and wounded more than 300, marring the first free election most Egyptians can remember.

Army soldiers stand guard after clashes with protesters as smoke is seen in the background at Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Soldiers baton-charged demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday a day after street clashes killed eight people and wounded more than 300, marring the first free election most Egyptians can remember.

Army soldiers stand guard after clashes with protesters as smoke is seen in the background at Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Soldiers baton-charged demonstrators in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Saturday a day after street clashes killed eight people and wounded more than 300, marring the first free election most Egyptians can remember.

Army soldiers stand guard after clashes with protesters at Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Soldiers baton-charged demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday a day after street clashes killed eight people and wounded more than 300, marring the first free election most Egyptians can remember.

Protesters assist an injured fellow protester during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. At least two people were killed and 100 wounded in Cairo on Friday as demonstrators fought troops in the worst violence since Egypt began its first free election in six decades. In a pattern that has recurred during nine months of army rule since President Hosni Mubarak's overthrow in February, the confrontation swiftly grew as more people took to the streets.

Supporters of the military rulers of Egypt throw stones at opponents demonstrating against the army rule from the roof of the building housing the ministry of transport and communications in central Cairo on December 17, 2011. Clashes between Egyptian security forces and protesters have killed eight people and wounded another 299, the health ministry said in the morning.

Supporters of the military rulers of Egypt throw stones at opponents demonstrating against the army rule from the roof of the building housing the ministry of transport and communications in central Cairo on December 17, 2011. Clashes between Egyptian security forces and protesters have killed eight people and wounded another 299, the health ministry said in the morning.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at a building next to cabinet offices near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Three people were killed as troops fought daylong battles with protesters, showing the tensions seething in Egypt nine months after Hosni Mubarak's fall, even in the midst of polls meant to herald a promised transfer to civilian rule.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at a building next to cabinet offices near Tahrir Square in CairoDecember 17, 2011. Three people were killed as troops fought daylong battles with protesters, showing the tensions seething in Egypt nine months afterHosni Mubarak’s fall, even in the midst of polls meant to herald a promised transfer to civilian rule.

Protesters throw stones at army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Army soldiers stand guard after clashes with protesters as smoke is seen in the background at Tahrir Square in Cairo December 17, 2011. Soldiers baton-charged demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday a day after street clashes killed eight people and wounded more than 300, marring the first free election most Egyptians can remember.

Protesters run during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. At least two people were killed and 100 wounded in Cairo on Friday as demonstrators fought troops in the worst violence since Egypt began its first free election in six decades. In a pattern that has recurred during nine months of army rule since President Hosni Mubarak's overthrow in February, the confrontation swiftly grew as more people took to the streets.

Protesters carry an injured fellow protester during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A protester injured during clashes with military police receives medical treatment near Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Dec. 16, 2011. Soldiers stormed a protest camp outside Egypt's Cabinet building, expelling demonstrators calling for an end to military rule, just as officials were counting votes Friday in the second round of Egypt's parliamentary elections.

A man who lives beside Parlman street tries to stop the clashes with protesters, who attacked army soldiers, at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A protester, kneeling on an Egyptian flag, shouts slogans during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A protester carries her national flag during clashes with troops in Cairo December 16, 2011. Demonstrators armed with stones and petrol bombs clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades. The flag reads "January 25th , the day of freedom."

Protesters chant slogans as they clash with troops in Cairo December 16, 2011. Demonstrators armed with stones and petrol bombs clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A boy looks out from a garbage bin as he takes cover during clashes between protesters and troops in Cairo December 16, 2011. Demonstrators armed with stones and petrol bombs clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A protester flashes a victory sign with his bloodied hand as other protesters throw stones at army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Protesters run during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Protesters run during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A boy fires his sling shot at army soldiers as protesters clash with troops in Cairo December 16, 2011. Demonstrators armed with stones and petrol bombs clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A protester waves an Egyptian flag during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Residents living in the Parlman street area and plainclothes policemen throw stones at protesters who were attacking army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

A protester throws a Molotov cocktail (petrol bomb) at army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops wielding truncheons and electric prods in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades.

Eight dead as renewed clashes rock Cairo

Eight people have been killed in a resurgence of violence in the Egyptian capital Cairo. Security forces moved to seal off areas around the cabinet offices where protesters have camped since late November.

For the second day in a row, Egyptian security forces and anti-military protesters battled in central Cairo on Saturday. Eight people have died and some 300 people have been injured in the renewed violence, according to the country’s health ministry.

Hundreds of protesters threw stones and Molotov cocktails at soldiers after the military set up a no-go zone surrounded by razor-wire barriers near Tahrir Square. Protesters had been camped their outside of cabinet offices to prevent newly appointed Prime Minister Kamal el-Ganzouri from entering.

The news agency Reuters reported that witnesses had seen soldiers using what appeared to be electric cattle prods against the protesters. Soldiers on rooftops also pelted protesters in the streets below with stones.
The clashes have overshadowed a peaceful round of parliamentary elections

The military took over in Egypt after longtime President Hosni Mubarak was driven from power by popular protest in February. In the absence of a president, the military remains the ultimate authority on all matters of state. Some protesters, however, have called for an end to military rule and an immediate transfer of power to a civilian authority.

The latest clashes have marred a recent parliamentary election, the first since the fall of Mubarak. Islamist parties won a clear majority of seats in the first round of voting last month. The country remained calm during a second round in nine of the country’s 27 provinces on Wednesday and Thursday and results are expected in the coming days. The rest of the country is set to vote next month.

The young activists who led the movement against Mubarak have not translated that success into victory at the polls, while the Islamists – long repressed under Mubarak – look to be on the verge of gaining power.


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