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Live Ammunition Against Protesters II
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - Two men hold out bullet casings from a pistol and a rifle in their bloodied hands after the fifth day of clashes in Cairo have left 13 dead.

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Live Ammunition Against Protesters VII
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - A man holds bullet casings infront of a pathway which surrounds the blood of protesters and honors them as martyrs.

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Live Ammunition Against Protesters VIII
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - A man holds bullet casings infront of a pathway which surrounds the blood of protesters and honors them as martyrs.

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Live Ammunition Against Protesters
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - A man holds casings of live ammunition and a bloodied helmet after violence perpetrated by Cairo Security Forces escalated, killing 13 people in the fifth day of clashes.

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Live Ammunition Against Protesters VI
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - A man holds casings of live ammunition in his bloodied hands after violence perpetrated by Cairo Security Forces escalated, killing 13 people in the fifth day of clashes.

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Egyptian Soldiers Beat Protester
Cairo, Egypt
By troymikecarter
17 Dec 2011

After storming Tahrir Square Egyptian soldiers beat anyone who did not run fast enough.

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Egyptian Soldiers Beat Protester in C...
Cairo, Egypt
By troymikecarter
17 Dec 2011

An Egyptian man is beaten by Army troops for participating in anti-government rally.

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Egyptian Army Beats Protester
Cairo, Egypt
By troymikecarter
17 Dec 2011

In Cairo's Tahrir Square Army troops beat a protestor

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In Front of Tank, Egyptian Decries Re...
Cairo, Egypt
By troymikecarter
14 Dec 2011

A demonstrator holds up a sign in front of an Egyptian Army tank on January 30th, 2011.

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Running Through Tear Gas
Cairo, Egypt
By troymikecarter
14 Dec 2011

On January 25, protesters against the Mubarak regime are scattered with thick tear gas. The photo is taken at Ramses Square in downtown Cairo.

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Protester falls after shot in head
Cairo, Egypt
By troymikecarter
14 Dec 2011

On January 28 in Cairo's Talaat Harb Square a protester is shot in the head by Central Security Forces and can be seen falling to the pavement.

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Protestors and tanks at Israeli embassy
Cairo, Egypt
By AnnaThereseDay
20 Aug 2011

Protestors breach initial barriers, reaching the Egyptian military tanks lined up in front of the Israeli Embassy in Cairo

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Libya (1 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
19 Jun 2011

Blankets and other personal items lay scattered in front of a destroyed armoured vehicle belonging to forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi at a military airfield in Misrata, Libya, 19 June 2011. According to rebel fighters, now in control of the airfield, the vehicle, along with other military vehicles and aircraft, was destroyed weeks earlier by airstrikes carried out by NATO aircraft. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (31 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
15 Jun 2011

A weapons display on Tripoli street is seen through the window of a partially destroyed armoured personnel vehicle in the centre of Misrata, Libya, 14 June 2011. The display, popular with civilians, included a number of unexploded ordnance deemed 'highly dangerous' by a western weapons experts in the city. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (24 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
13 Jun 2011

New recruits in the Captain katiba (brigade) watch a weapons demonstration in an open area just east of Misrata, Libya, 13 June 2011. Various brigades made up of fighters from different areas and tribes trained their forces at bases surrounding the central Libyan city of Misrata before sending them to the frontlines only a few kilometres away. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (8 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
13 Jun 2011

New recruits in the Captain katiba (brigade) conduct weapons training in an open area just east of Misrata, Libya, 13 June 2011. Various brigades made up of fighters from different areas and tribes trained their forces at bases surrounding the central Libyan city of Misrata before sending them to the frontlines only a few kilometres away. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (4 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
13 Jun 2011

A volunteer uncovers an anti-personnel mine in a minefield in a large open area just east of Misrata, Libya, 13 June 2011. The field, initially laid to protect artillery pieces belonging to forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, was discovered by rebels when an unfortunate camel detonated one of the mines. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (28 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
13 Jun 2011

An anti aircraft weapons being used by new recruits from the Captain katiba (brigade) at a weapons training area just east of Misrata, Libya, 13 June 2011. Various brigades made up of fighters from different areas and tribes trained their forces at bases surrounding the central Libyan city of Misrata before sending them to the frontlines only a few kilometres away. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya
Misrata, Libya
By U.S. Editor
11 Jun 2011

Scenes from the Libyan Revolution

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Libya (19 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
09 Jun 2011

A child stands in a doorway as her father dismantles the head of Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) in a house in Misrata, Libya, 09 June 2011. The house, home to a number of woman and children, was also the workshop of a self proclaimed weapons expert, the father of the man pictured, making IED's from unexploded munitions which were scattered around the house and its neighbouring buildings. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (5 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
09 Jun 2011

A woman poses with an assault rifle at her home in Misrata, Libya, 09 June 2011. The house, home to a number of woman and children, was also the workshop of a self proclaimed weapons expert, husband to the pictured woman, making IED's from unexploded munitions which were scattered around the house and its neighbouring buildings. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (6 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
09 Jun 2011

A child stands in front of a collection of unexploded mortar shells at a home in Misrata, Libya, 09 June 2011. The house, home to a number of woman and children, was also the workshop of a self proclaimed weapons expert making IED's from unexploded munitions which were scattered around the house and its neighbouring buildings. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (18 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
09 Jun 2011

A child stands in front of a collection of unexploded mortar shells at a home in Misrata, Libya, 09 June 2011. The house, home to a number of woman and children, was also the workshop of a self proclaimed weapons expert making IED's from unexploded munitions which were scattered around the house and its neighbouring buildings. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (38 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
04 Jun 2011

A rebel fighter jokes as he points a rifle at the back of the head of a fellow fighter during guard duty at the media centre in Misrata, Libya, 04 June 2011. Despite the central Libyan city of Misrata being surrounded by forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, and the lack of any mobile phone services, the media centre was a location which allowed local and foreign journalist contact with the outside world via satellite internet access. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (26 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
26 May 2011

A badly damaged highway heading west and away from the central Libyan city of Misrata towards a frontline position at Al Dafniyeh, Libya, 26 May 2011. Despite pushing forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi out of the city centre, rebel forces made slow progress in the more open and rural areas outside of the city due in part to the dominance of heavy weapons belonging to those forces loyal to Gaddafi and in spite of NATO airstrikes. GEORGE HENTON.

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Libya (27 of 40)
Misrata, Libya
By George Henton
25 May 2011

Ammunition is stacked symmetrically on the highway heading west and away from the central Libyan city of Misrata towards a frontline position at Al Dafniyeh, Libya, 26 May 2011. Despite pushing forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi out of the city centre, rebel forces made slow progress in the more open and rural areas outside of the city due in part to the dominance of heavy weapons belonging to those forces loyal to Gaddafi and in spite of NATO airstrikes. GEORGE HENTON.

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Tahrir Square Tear Gas Made
Cairo
By andrewbossone
28 Jan 2011

Protestors hold up a can of tear gas and shout "Made in USA!" and say in Arabic "These are American weapons," on January 28, 2011 during protests en route to occupy Tahrir Square. First half is in Arabic, second half with subtitles.

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Fear and Ammo in a Texas Suburb (24 o...
Dallas, Texas
By Spike Johnson
01 Sep 2010

The Texas Survivalists, a Survival group operating in the suburbs of Dallas, a mile and a half away from a middle school softball stadium.

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Fear and Ammo in a Texas Suburb (23 o...
Dallas, Texas
By Spike Johnson
01 Sep 2010

A survivalist group member reveals the ammunition he carries everywhere in his pistol. "On impact, the bullet compacts and starfishes around the hollowpoint, corkscrewing and ripping through organic tissue" he explains.

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Fear and Ammo in a Texas Suburb (22 o...
Dallas, Texas
By Spike Johnson
01 Sep 2010

The Texas Survivalists learn how to face a loaded weapon. Disarming her assailant with bare hands, Patricia turns his own pistol towards him.

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Fear and Ammo in a Texas Suburb (21 o...
Dallas, Texas
By Spike Johnson
01 Sep 2010

Homemade stab weapons are hidden under coffee tables, as a last resort against potential intruders.