Protesters Take To Streets After Egypt Soccer Deaths
By: Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson
February 2, 2012
Angry demonstrators converged on Cairo's Tahrir Square Thursday to protest yesterday's melee after a soccer match in northern Egypt that left more than 70 dead. Many of the demonstrators are blaming the ruling military council for the bloodshed, saying the generals have not done enough to restore security in the country.
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