Violence Erupts as Police Accused of Egypt Killings Get Bail
New York Times
... on the Cairo-Suez highway, a major artery that runs north of the capital. A version of this article appeared in print on July 5, 2011, on page A9 of the National edition with the headline: Violence Erupts as Police Accused of Egypt Killings Get Bail.
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