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In Pictures: Tahrir Square clashes
 
Pro-Mubarak protesters headed towards Tahrir Square where the anti-Mubarak demonstrators continue to occupy the square in downtown Cairo.[GALLO/GETTY]
Pro-Mubarak supporters came riding on camels and horses. [Al Jazeera/online producer]
Pro-government protesters pushed their way towards Tahrir square, while the Egyptian army tried and failed to contain them.[Reuters]
Clashes broke out between pro- and anti-government demonstrators in the Egyptian capital Cairo.[Reuters]
After anti-Mubarak protesters were attacked, both sides threw stones at each other in Tahrir Square, the epicentre of ongoing opposition demonstrations against Mubarak for the past nine days.
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