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PHOTO GALLERY: Port Said disaster


Police react as chaos erupts at a soccer stadium in Port Said city (Reuters)
Soccer fans flee from a fire at Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Team players of the Egyptian Al-Ahly club run for safety (AP)
An Egyptian policeman helps an injured football fan (AP)
Soccer fans flee from inside the Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Egyptian fans clash with riot police following Al-Ahly soccer match against Al-Masry (Reuters)
Police officers react as chaos erupts at a soccer stadium in Port Said city (Reuters)
Soccer fans flee from a fire at Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Egyptian fans rush into the field following Al-Ahly soccer match against Al-Masry (AP)
Soccer players try to leave the stadium as chaos erupts at a soccer stadium in Port Said city (Reute
Soccer players try to leave the stadium as chaos erupts at a soccer stadium in Port Said city (Reute
Riot police guard soccer players as they flee Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Egyptian soccer players and officials run for safety (AP)
Egyptian police arrest a soccer fan at Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Riot police guard Al Ahli soccer players as they flee Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Egyptian fans rush into the field following Al-Ahly soccer match against Al-Masry (AP)
Egyptian fans celebrate their team's win before rushing into the field (AP)
A soccer fan flees from the Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Al Ahli soccer players try to leave the stadium as chaos erupts at a soccer stadium (Reuters)
Fans from Al Ahly and Al Zamalek soccer teams chant slogans against the violence (Reuters)
Fans from Al Ahly and Al Zamalek soccer teams chant slogans against the violence (Reuters)
Soccer fans flee from a fire at Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Soccer fans flee from Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
Medical personnel carry a wounded soccer fan at Port Said Stadium (Reuters)
A brother of one of the soccer fans killed in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
A brother of one of the soccer fans killed in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
A brother of one of the soccer fans killed in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
Blood is seen on a chair one day after supporters clashed at the Port Said stadium (Reuters)
A blood-stained piece of cotton wool is seen on the ground one day (Reuters)
Blood is seen on a chair one day after supporters clashed at the Port Said stadium (Reuters)
A shoe is seen inside the goal net one day after soccer supporters clashed (Reuters)
A shoe is seen inside the Port Said stadium one day after soccer supporters clashed (Reuters)
An injured man is carried after arriving from Port Said at a train station in Cairo (AP)
A man wounded in clashes in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
man reacts after the arrival of people wounded in clashes in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
People wait for those wounded during clashes in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
People wait for those wounded during clashes in Port Said stadium (Reuters)
Egyptians chant anti-military slogans and carry the national flag in front of the Al-Ahly club (AP)
An injured man chants anti-military slogans in front of the Al-Ahly club in Cairo (AP)
Feb
2

The bloody night in Port Said, which left at least 71 dead at the end of a football game, and its chilling aftermath

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