Activist: Egyptians breaking Morsi's curfew in Port Said

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January 28, 2013 00:31

 
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In spite of Egyptian president Morsi's declaration of a state of emergency and the implementation of a curfew in three cities along the Suez Canal, activists on Sunday night reported about 2000 protesters roaming the streets. of Port Said.

Egypt's president declared on Sunday a state of emergency for 30 days in three cities along the Suez Canal that have been the scene of the worst violence that flared across the country at the weekend, killing 49 people.

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