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VIDEO: Mansoura civil disobedience campaign attacked

Protesters in the Egyptian Delta city of Mansoura return to the governorate building where activists say a call for civil disobedience was violently attacked by the Muslim Brotherhood

26th Feb - Protesters in Mansoura return to the Dakahleya governorate building to continue their demonstrations, a day after clashes erupted between them and members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

On Sunday the 24th February activists called for a campaign of civil disobedience. Protesters say on Monday this was disrupted on Monday first by members of the Muslim Brotherhood, and then by riot police who fired tear gas.  

Video by Simon Hanna

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