Egypt crowd attack ElBaradei at voting station

By REUTERS
March 19, 2011 17:38

 
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CAIRO - A crowd of people blocked Mohamed ElBaradei from entering a polling station in Cairo on Saturday to cast a vote in Egypt's constitutional referendum, shoving him and smashing his car window with rocks as he left.

"We don't want you, we don't want you," a crowd of youths chanted at ElBaradei, who has said he wants to run for president. He was shoved after joining a queue of people seeking to vote. He then went back to his car and stones were hurled.

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