Turkish muslim sisters, whose surnames are different through marriage, Melek Yesildoruk, right, and Saliha Cabuk wait for the start of a special Eucharist service during their visit to St Paul's ... more 
Turkish muslim sisters, whose surnames are different through marriage, Melek Yesildoruk, right, and Saliha Cabuk wait for the start of a special Eucharist service during their visit to St Paul's Cathedral in London, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. Church and local government officials in London said Friday they would go to court to evict anti-capitalist protesters camped outside St. Paul's Cathedral, as the iconic church reopened after a weeklong closure. Several hundred protesters have been camped outside the building since Oct. 15. Days later, cathedral officials shut the building, saying the campsite represented a health and safety hazard. It was the first time the 300-year-old church, one of London's best-known buildings, had closed since World War II. The cathedral reopened at midday Friday with a special Eucharist service, including prayers for the demonstrators. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Matt Dunham
Fri, Oct 28, 2011 11:14 AM EDT