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A return to Tahrir Square to try and bring back the revolution

Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters

People walk in front of a wall sprayed with graffiti, depicting the ruling military council controlling the presidential elections as a puppet show and a mural depicting presidential candidate and former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq (L), former presidential candidate Amr Moussa and Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi near Tahrir Square during a demonstration in Cairo on June 5. Activists urged Egyptians to turn out for a big protest on Tuesday to reclaim a revolt they say has been hijacked after Hosni Mubarak was jailed for life but top security officials freed in a trial seen as a sign his old guard remain in charge.

Amr Nabil / AP

An Egyptian protester waves a national flag as he sits on a tree during a demonstration in Tahrir Square to protest against the mixed verdict against former leader Hosni Mubarak and his aides, in Cairo, Egypt, late on June 4.

Previously on PhotoBlog: Ousted Egyptian ruler Mubarak sentenced to life in prison.

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