Egyptian villagers hold a banner near the 4,500-year-old "bent" pyramid, of Pharaoh Sneferu known for its oddly shaped profile, outside the village of Dahshour, 50 miles (80 Kilometers) south of Cairo, Egypt, Monday, April 29, 2013. Protesters held a rally on Monday against the continued construction of a modern cemetery at the foot of Egypt's first pyramids and its oldest temples. Authorities have so far failed to stop the construction, despite earlier promises to do so. Looting has also spread in the site that has witnessed little excavation, in the absence of security or law enforcement. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

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Egyptian villagers hold a banner near  the 4,500-year-old "bent" pyramid, of Pharaoh Sneferu known for its oddly shaped profile, outside the village of Dahshour, 50 miles (80 Kilometers) south of Cairo, Egypt, Monday, April 29, 2013. Protesters held a rally on Monday against the continued construction of a modern cemetery at the foot of Egypt's first pyramids and its oldest temples. Authorities have so far failed to stop the construction, despite earlier promises to do so. Looting has also spread in the site that has witnessed little excavation, in the absence of security or law enforcement. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
Egyptian villagers hold a banner near the 4,500-year-old "bent" pyramid, of Pharaoh Sneferu known for its oddly shaped profile, outside the village of Dahshour, 50 miles (80 Kilometers) south of Cairo, Egypt, Monday, April 29, 2013. Protesters held a rally on Monday against the continued construction of a modern cemetery at the foot of Egypt's first pyramids and its oldest temples. Authorities have so far failed to stop the construction, despite earlier promises to do so. Looting has also spread in the site that has witnessed little excavation, in the absence of security or law enforcement. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
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