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Egyptian authorities urged to release peaceful protestors
Egyptian authorities urged to release peaceful protestors
At least 20 people are still held in detention in Egypt after peaceful protests on Monday. The protesters, who took part in nationwide strikes and demonstrations, were calling for a range of political and economic reforms in the country. Others who were arrested during the weekend or on Monday were released the same evening.
Tuesday, April 7,2009 14:06
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tags: Egypt / Police / Amnesty International / Emergency laws / Ain Shams University / Muslim Brotherhood
Posted in Human Rights , Youth , Activites  
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