Egypt: Number of dead rises to 11 in Suez protests

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January 28, 2011 23:06

 
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The number of people who died in the Egyptian city of Suez in anti-government protests on Friday rose to 11, reported al-Jazeera, bringing the total number of people killed to 16.

Nearly 20 people were also reportedly injured in the protests in Suez.

Earlier, five people were confirmed dead in protests in Cairo.

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