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49 killed, 247 injured on Egypt revolution anniversary: Health ministry

Ahram Online, Sunday 26 Jan 2014
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Anti-government protesters and members of the Muslim Brotherhood flee after teargas were fired by riot police during clashes at Ramsis street, which leads to Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, on the third anniversary of Egypt's uprising, January 25, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Forty-nine people were killed and 249 injured in clashes on the third anniversary of the January 25 revolution, the health ministry has announced.

The deaths occurred in Cairo, Giza, Alexandria and Minya, while the injuries took place in Giza, Cairo, Alexandria, Fayoum, Ismailia, Minya, Assiut and Beni Suef.

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hamash tinbakir
27-01-2014 02:52am
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49, but not a headline
To the astute reader, I pose this: in what sort of county would the death of 49 people in demonstrations would be the sort of news item that doesn't warrant a headline (but soccer, museum rebuild do)?
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abdulrahman
26-01-2014 08:33pm
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Brutal Regime
Only a fascist regime conducts public order operation by killing demonstrators. Since July 2013 to date it is now a few thousand Egyptians killed by the Police and Military. This 49 is the latest slaughter. This regime is not only illegal, it is barbaric and brutal. Such a character does deserve any credibility to run a nation.
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