Demonstrators wave a flag with a picture of youth activist Gaber Salah on a defaced monument, in the centre of Tahrir Square as protesters against Egypt's Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and ... more 
Demonstrators wave a flag with a picture of youth activist Gaber Salah on a defaced monument, in the centre of Tahrir Square as protesters against Egypt's Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and those against the Muslim Brotherhood hold rallies, in Cairo November 18, 2013. The government says the monument honours the "martyrs" not only of the 2011 anti-Mubarak uprising, but also of what it calls the "June 30 revolution," referring to the date of the mass disturbances that precipitated Mursi's ouster; but activists say it insults the memory of protesters killed by security forces. Gaber Salah (known as Jika) was killed in violent protests during the uprising. About 1,000 people marched in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Monday night to condemn the actions of Egyptian security forces and some voiced rare criticism of Sisi, raising tension on the eve of planned mass protests. Tuesday's expected mass protests will commemorate the second anniversary of the deaths of 42 people opposed to the military council ruling Egypt at the time in clashes with security forces on Mohamed Mahmoud Street, near Tahrir. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh less 
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