Egypt unrest: Two shot dead in clashes after football deaths
Two people have been killed and more than 400 injured in protests across Egypt sparked by the deaths of 74 people after a football match. The two killed were shot by police trying to disperse angry crowds in the city of Suez, medical officials said.
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By GERALD IMRAY 02/ 2/12 01:43 PM ET AP FRANCEVILLE, Gabon -- With soccer reeling from the violence in Egypt, players on the other side of the continent at the African Cup of Nations tried to make sense of the "death and sadness" now gripping their ...
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Atlanta Journal Constitution
Official: 2 protesters killed in Suez, Egypt
Atlanta Journal Constitution
By SARAH EL DEEB AP CAIRO — A health official says two protesters have been killed by police gunfire in clashes with police in Suez, Egypt. An injured man is carried after arriving from Port Said at a train station in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb.
As Egypt mourns deaths of 74 soccer fans, activists blame military, police for ...
Washington Post (blog)
CAIRO — Scores of Egyptian soccer fans were crushed to death while others were fatally stabbed or suffocated after being trapped in a long narrow corridor trying to flee rival fans armed with knives, clubs and stones, in the country's worst ever ...
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Egyptian police fired tear gas Thursday at thousands of demonstrators outside the Interior Ministry protesting the security forces' failure to prevent a soccer riot that killed more than 70 people. (Feb 2) (/The Associated Press) Correction: ...
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Football violence fits in a worsening pattern in Egypt
and are sparked from a culture of football hooliganism (thriving in Europe for decades and more recently in Egypt too), poor security and the tendency of panicked crowds to stampede. Sounds plausible enough, right? But few in Egypt would buy that story ...
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