Egypt police disperse first protest after new law passed

By REUTERS
November 25, 2013 16:40

 
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CAIRO - Egyptian security forces fired tear-gas and dispersed university students who had defied a law passed on Sunday that restricts demonstrations, the state news agency reported.

Students of Al-Azhar University and Assiut University in Assiut province, south of Cairo, staged a protest in defiance of the new law, chanting against the army and police.

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