#Jan25, 2011. The Egyptian Revolution  (jan/feb 2011)

A Portfolio about the 18 days of the Egyptian Revolution that brought, on 11th Feb,  to the fall of Hosni Mobarak, who ruled the country for over 30 years.

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WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2012 3d place Spot News Stories
POY Photographer of the Year 2012- Award of Excellence

Kuala Lumpur International photo awards 2012

28 Jan 2011, Cairo, Egypt The friday of anger. On 28 January after the friday Prayer, demonstrations began all over Cairo. Demonstrators gathered everywhere with the purpose of occupying Tahrir Square that was Heavily controlled by Police. the Egyptian Revolution had begun.

28 Jan 2011, Cairo, Egypt The friday of anger. On 28 January after the friday Prayer, demonstrations began all over Cairo. Demonstrators gathered everywhere with the purpose of occupying Tahrir Square that was Heavily controlled by Police. the Egyptian Revolution had begun.

09 Feb 2011, Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt Tahrir seen from the top of a building 2 days before Mobarak's resignation.

28 Jan 2011, Cairo, Egypt The friday of anger. On 28 January after the friday Prayer, demonstrations began all over Cairo. Demonstrators gathered everywhere with the purpose of occupying Tahrir Square that was Heavily controlled by Police. the Egyptian Revolution had begun.

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