An Egyptian man with his three children wear red during a symbolic 

An Egyptian man with his three children wear red during a symbolic hanging at an anti-government protest in front of Egypt's high court building in downtown Cairo, Friday, Feb. 22, 2013. The Arabic writing on the banners reads, "death is more honorable for me and my children than poverty and hunger," and " Jeeka, Christy and Mohammed to heaven."  Egypt's president called multi-stage parliamentary elections beginning in April but a key opposition leader warned Friday that the vote may only inflame tensions unless there are serious political talks first.(AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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An Egyptian man with his three children wear red during a symbolic hanging at an anti-government protest in front of Egypt's high court building in downtown Cairo, Friday, Feb. 22, 2013. The Arabic writing on the banners reads, "death is more honorable for me and my children than poverty and hunger," and " Jeeka, Christy and Mohammed to heaven." Egypt's president called multi-stage parliamentary elections beginning in April but a key opposition leader warned Friday that the vote may only inflame tensions unless there are serious political talks first.(AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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