Egyptian school goes up into flames in Cairo protests

November 24, 2011 02:19


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An Egyptian primary school went up into flames Wednesday as a result of the cross fire of Molotov cocktails and tear gas canisters between protesters and Egyptian police in Downtown Cairo, Egyptian news website Youm7 reported.

No injuries were reported from the blaze at the school, which is located on Mohamed Mahmoud street in the area surrounding Tahrir Square.

According to the report, demonstrators were seen burning cars and tires in order to deter security forces.

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