Egypt: April 6 movement threatens to go back to the streets

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February 16, 2011 11:26

 
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A coordinator of Egypt's April 6 Youth Movement told USA Today on Wednesday that if the group's demands "are not met, we'll be on the street again."

The youth movement, along with 10 other democracy activists, was scheduled to meet with Egypt's ruling Armed Forces Supreme Council later in the day, USA Today reported.

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