Rally near UN calls for human rights in Egypt

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February 12, 2011 21:56

 
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NEW YORK  — Egyptians living in the US and their supporters are celebrating the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak with rallies in several major US cities.

Amnesty International was leading a rally in New York at the Egyptian Mission to the United Nations. The human rights group was calling for Egyptian authorities to immediately lift the state of emergency and to enact human rights reforms such as protecting the rights of religious minorities.

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