Saturday, February 5, 2011

Health personnel in Tahrir, Egypt

Tara Todras-Whitehill / AP Next Back  Band-Aids Egyptian doctors and medics stand near a makeshift supply station in Tahrir Square waiting to help demonstrators with their wounds.  Make Shift Hospital  Medical staff sit in a clinic in Tahrir Square.  A man, who gave his name as Maged Mahmoud, receives help after he was injured during clashes with riot police in Cairo on Friday, Jan. 28. Police used buckshot and pepper spray, among other weapons, in attempt to disperse the crowds. (Ben Curtis/Associated Press)
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Medical staff sit in a clinic in Tahrir Square.

A man, who gave his name as Maged Mahmoud, receives help after he was injured during clashes with riot police in Cairo on Friday, Jan. 28. Police used buckshot and pepper spray, among other weapons, in attempt to disperse the crowds. (Ben Curtis/Associated Press)
A woman sterilizes scissors as a doctor treats a wounded person in a Cairo mosque on Sunday, Jan. 30. Reports from aid agencies and charities suggest that 300 had died in the violence from Jan. 25 to Feb.1. "It's a very unconfirmed number," Rupert Colville, spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, told Bloomberg News. (Khalil Hamra/Associated Press) 

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