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Cairo Carnage: Shock Videos shows cop atrocities. At least 22 killed. Clashes escalating. Cabinet submits resignation to ruling Junta.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 5696950:MV8xNzA5MzEzXzI4MjYxNTI0XzZERUQwMDY4] [quote:DoorBert:MV8xNzA5MzEzXzI4MjYwOTkwXzM4RDI4M0JC] Al Jazeera's @SherineT reports from outskirts of Tahrir where protesters say a more potent tear gas is being used. http://blogs.aljazeera.net/liveblog/egypt-nov-21-2011-1513?utm_content=automateplus&utm_campaign=Trial6&utm_source=SocialFlow&utm_medium=MasterAccount&utm_term=tweets [/quote] Bassiouny (one of the original Revolutionaries from jan25) was on AJE also and reported along with other journalists the tear gas is more harsh, people are vomiting, blood from nose and mouth. Seems those are brand new, all canisters they pick up are new looking "MADE IN USA". They also say the smoke is a bit yellowish...totally different than Jan25. Protesters died from asphyxiation also [/quote]
A shocking video has been released in the internet showing the violent crackdown of police and security during the protests over the weekend.
Riot police are spreading tear gas and firing rubber bullets as the crowd of stone-throwing protesters at Egypt’s Tahrir Square begins to swell.
RT’s Paula Slier reports from Cairo that the situation on the ground remains extremely tense.
Some of the rubber bullets have gone astray, hitting residential buildings nearby and starting fires.
Paula has encountered at least a dozen ambulances and a fire brigade quickly responding.
link to rt.com
According to the health ministry 22 peaple have been killed since Saturday.
Clashes have continued through the morning in the vicinity of the square in central Cairo, Al Jazeera Mike Hanna reports.
link to blogs.aljazeera.net
Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from Tahrir Square, where despite an earlier agreement to allow protesters to remain in the epicentre of the square, clashes have once again broken out.
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