Government protests in Suez, Egypt
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Egypt protests reach Suez as building attacked

Authorities in Egypt are bracing for the possibility of further protests, following two days of unrest that have left at least four people dead.

On Wednesday night, activists remained on the streets of the capital Cairo and of Suez, defying official warnings.

The BBC's Jon Leyne said protesters set fire to a government building in Suez after police refused to released one of the bodies from the morgue.

  • 27 Jan 2011
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