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The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces.
An Egyptian protester holds a national flag in front of security forces in downtown Egypt, on February 3, 2012. The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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An Egyptian policeman wears a gas mask during clashes Egyptians clash with riot police for the second day in front of the Ministry of Interior in Cairo, Egypt, on February 3, 2012. Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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An Egyptian protester holds a stone (2-L) and scuffle with a man (2-R) who allegedly belongs to the Egyptian security forces, during clashes in downtown Cairo, Egypt, February 3, 2012. The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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An Egyptian protester holds a national flag in front of security forces as Egyptians clashed with riot police for the second day in front of the Ministry of Interior in Cairo, Egypt, on February 3, 2012. The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptians clash with riot police for the second day in front of the Ministry of Interior in Cairo, Egypt, on February 3, 2012. The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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An Egyptian protester is wounded during clashes with security forces near the Ministry of Interior in Cairo, Egypt, on February 3, 2012. The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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Egyptians clash with riot police for the second day in front of the Ministry of Interior in Cairo, Egypt, on February 3, 2012. The Egyptian Health Ministry said Friday that some 1,500 people were wounded in clashes that erupted because of a deadly soccer riot two days before that has been blamed on the security forces. UPI/ Mohamad Hosam
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