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Cairo, Egypt - February 9, 2011: On Day 16 of the 18 days of protest that would lead to the resignation of Egyptian President Mubarak, men gather with their cell phones to photograph the bloodied clothes (not pictured) of demonstrators killed in previous days. Mobile technology has played an important role in what is frequently called the Arab Spring.
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Cell phone cameras in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt

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