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150 KILLED DURING THREE DAYS OF VIOLENCE ACROSS SYRIA
A further fifty people have been killed in a fresh wave of attacks by government forces on the city of Homs.
CLASHES LINKED TO POST-FOOTBALL VIOLENCE CONTINUE
Clashes continue around the Downtown District of Cairo with most actions directed at the heavily fortified Interior Ministry, which is now circled by a concrete wall on Mansour Street, and has become the focus of the deadly clashes. Meanwhile, barbed wire barricades also remain on other roads in the area. Reports are emerging that police are firing tear gas at demonstrators hurling stones and broken tiles, as the protesters demand a swift presidential election and an early handover of power by the ruling military. At least twelve people have been killed in clashes in Cairo and Suez since the football match in the Mediterranean city of Port Said descended into violence.
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