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Teargas fired at 6 April protesters in Cairo

Osman El-Sharnoubi, Saturday 6 Apr 2013
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Unknown parties fired heavy teargas volleys on Saturday evening at several thousand protesters who were marking the 5th anniversary of the birth of the 6 April movement in a rally in Cairo.

According to Ahram Online reporter Osman El-Sharnoubi at the scene, protesters were banging on closed doors of the High Court and aiming fireworks at the windows of the building before the canisters were fired from the inside of the building.

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