Witnesses: Egypt protesters storm govt building in Ismailia

By REUTERS
January 25, 2013 17:45

 
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ISMAILIA, Egypt - Hundreds of protesters broke into local government offices in the Egyptian city of Ismailia on Friday during demonstrations against President Mohamed Morsi, witnesses said, as violence between youths and the police flared in at least four cities.

Riot police fired teargas to try to break up the crowd that stormed the provincial governor's headquarters. Opponents of Morsi and his Islamist backers had earlier set ablaze the headquarters of the Brotherhood's political party in Ismailia.

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