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Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day

Thousands of Egyptian anti-government demonstrators gathered at Cairo's Tahrir Square on Feb 9, 2011

Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Anti-government protesters carry a banner of the Egyptian flag through Tahrir Square on February 9, 2011 in Cairo (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Egyptian anti-government protesters gather in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 09, 2011, as Egyptians mark the 16th day of protests(Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Egyptian anti-government protesters shout slogans against President Hosni Mubarak outside the parliament located some 500m from Cairo's Tahrir Square (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Anti-government protesters mill around an Egyptian army tank in Tahrir Square (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Pictures of Egyptian anti-government protesters killed in clashes with police and pro-government forces are on display as people continue with their protests and sit in for the 16th consecutive day (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
An Egyptian anti-government demonstrator wears a hat with the colours of his national flag at Cairo's Tahrir square (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Ghiet meet with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister and the Presidential Special Envoy to the Middle East Alexander Sultanov in Cairo on February 9, 2011 (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson Mohammed el-Merci fences off questions from local and international journalists at the end of a press conference in Cairo (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Egyptian anti-government demonstrators hold a huge national flag as they gather in Cairo's Tahrir square (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Egyptian anti-government protesters shout slogans against President Hosni Mubarak during a demonstration outside the parliament (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
An anti-government protester attaches a sign to the gate of the Egyptian Parliament building while others sit against the gate after camping there overnight (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Anti-government protesters attach a sign to the gate of the Egyptian Parliament building as an Egyptian Army soldier stands guard inside (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
An Egyptian soldier guards the Egyptian Parliament building (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Pictures of Egyptian anti-government protesters killed during clashes with police and pro-government forces displayed during a candlelight vigil at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 9, 2011 (Getty Images)
Cairo protests remain strong on 16th consecutive day
Anti-government protesters walk during a candlelight vigil on February 9 for those killed during the uprising in Tahrir Square (Getty Images)