An Egyptian protester holds a poster depicting Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, center, holding his two sons, with the colors of the American flag and Arabic writing that reads, "with no comment," during a march marking the first anniversary of 26 Coptic Christians killed during an anti-government demonstration, in front of the National State T.V. building, known as Maspero, in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012. Muslim clerics, Christian priests, activists and former liberal lawmakers were among those marching to mark the anniversary of the "Maspero massacre," referring to the name of the state TV building, where the clashes broke out a year ago. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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An Egyptian protester holds a poster depicting Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, center, holding his two sons, with the colors of the American flag and Arabic writing that reads, "with no comment," during a march marking the first anniversary of 26 Coptic Christians killed during an anti-government demonstration, in front of the National State T.V. building, known as Maspero, in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012. Muslim clerics, Christian priests, activists and former liberal lawmakers were among those marching to mark the anniversary of the "Maspero massacre," referring to the name of the state TV building, where the clashes broke out a year ago. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
An Egyptian protester holds a poster depicting Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, center, holding his two sons, with the colors of the American flag and Arabic writing that reads, "with no comment," during a march marking the first anniversary of 26 Coptic Christians killed during an anti-government demonstration, in front of the National State T.V. building, known as Maspero, in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012. Muslim clerics, Christian priests, activists and former liberal lawmakers were among those marching to mark the anniversary of the "Maspero massacre," referring to the name of the state TV building, where the clashes broke out a year ago. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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