19 unidentified protesters laid to rest in Egypt

By REUTERS
June 9, 2011 15:52

 
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Hundreds of youths gathered to lay to rest 19 unknown individuals who were killed during the so-called "January 25 Revolution" in Egypt that saw former President Hosni Mubarak forced out of power after 30 years, Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram reported.

The hundreds of mourners gathered in front of Cairo's Sayyida Nafisa Mosque in order to pray for the deceased protesters,

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