Egyptian crowd sets Cairo police station ablaze

By REUTERS
June 4, 2011 01:13

 
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CAIRO - Egyptians protesting the death of a 40-year old Egyptian driver who they say was killed in police custody set a police station in central Cairo on fire, witnesses and security sources said on Friday.

Mohamed Said, 40 years old, clashed with a police officer outside a downtown Cairo station and was taken inside with 13 other mini-bus drivers for parking violations.

Said died later on Friday, witnesses and security sources said. It is not clear what caused his death.

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