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Clashes in Port Said, Egypt, leave at least 27 dead and hundreds injured, after 21 sentenced to death, prison about to be stormed

 
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Clashes in Port Said, Egypt, leave at least 27 dead and hundreds injured, after 21 sentenced to death, prison about to be stormed
Updated: Clashes in Port Said leave at least 7 dead and dozens injured

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BREAKING: Families of defendants in Port Said attempt to storm prison

A police station was torched and a minibus that belonged to one of the media channels was set on fire.

Army forces have been deployed in the Suez Canal area in Port-Said coastal city.

Egypt's railway authority announces that trains will stop at Ismailiya, the major station before Port Said, to avoid getting into the area with clashes.

Angry residents of Port Said have blocked the Ismailiya Port-Said highway.

Last Edited by Aristide Torchia on 01/26/2013 09:27 AM
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Violence erupted in Port Said on Saturday after an Egyptian court handed down 21 death sentences in connection with the deadly riot last year at a football stadium in the Mediterranean city.

At least 74 people were killed in the riot on February 1, 2012, which began minutes after the final whistle in a game between al-Masry and the Cairo-based al-Ahly.

Al-Masry fans stormed the pitch after their team won, throwing stones, bottles and fireworks at al-Ahly supporters.

Witnesses said that police at the stadium did nothing to stop the violence, which set off days of violent protests in the capital Cairo.

The verdicts are not final; death sentences must be approved by Egypt's grand mufti, though that is largely a procedural formality. Defendants can also appeal their sentences, which could take years to carry out.

After the verdicts were handed down, the families of the defendants tried to storm the prison, and police used tear gas to disperse them.

There were reports of gunfire around the prison, with six people killed, including two police officers and four civilians. Police have now sealed off Port Said, and the army has been deployed to "restore stability."

Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh, reporting from the city, said that people in plainclothes were firing automatic weapons.

Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Latest toll: 9 dead in Port Said, over 100 injured
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Reports of over 21 dead in resulting riots... #PortSaid #Egypt
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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its really going crazy in Egypt,the people cant be controlled
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its really going crazy in Egypt,the people cant be controlled
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Nothing better than a dictator to keep the masses at peace!!!
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Heavy artiellery now being used in #Portsaid in an attempt to free prisoners #Egypt
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: Clashes in Port Said, Egypt, leave at least 27 dead and hundreds injured, after 21 sentenced to death, prison about to be stormed
its really going crazy in Egypt,the people cant be controlled
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 831180


Nothing better than a dictator to keep the masses at peace!!!
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thats the way its going,Egypt will end up with a tryrant like Stalin in charge,bad news
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I saw an Egyptian who looked so sad and depressed. I told him to cheer up, that things could be worse. He said that he did cheer up, and sure enough things got worse.
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Thousands of protesters are currently trying to storm the prison where the 21 death row inmates are held, army nowhere to be seen.
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Re: Clashes in Port Said, Egypt, leave at least 27 dead and hundreds injured, after 21 sentenced to death, prison about to be stormed
Protesters in #PortSaid are attacking the #Suez Canal's Electricity Distribution Company with petrol bombs. via @ThirdSawra #Egypt #Tahrir
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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74 down 81 million to go
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74 down 81 million to go
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Fellin' a little genocidal today, aren't we?
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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holy shit, shit is hitting the fan in egypt again..!
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Heavy artiellery now being used in #Portsaid in an attempt to free prisoners #Egypt
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Heavy artiellery?!? wtf??! civilians with artiellery?!
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Heavy artiellery now being used in #Portsaid in an attempt to free prisoners #Egypt
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Heavy artiellery?!? wtf??! civilians with artiellery?!
 Quoting: Ger_reG


Yeah, I know, they seem to be very well organized...
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Thousands of Protesters are currently surrounding the morgue.

Other protesters stormed, looted and set the police dorms on fire located in front of the hospital.

A police station was torched and a minibus that belonged to one of the media channels was set on fire.

Army forces have been deployed in the Suez Canal area in Port-Said coastal city.
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Latest updates here:

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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Un ferry grec en provenance du port israélien de Haïfa a reçu des tirs ce matin alors qu'il était ancré à Port-Saïd, le port égyptien théâtre de troubles meutriers, a indiqué le ministère grec des Affaires Etrangères.


Greek ferry caught in crossfire
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Live fire heard across entire city, see video

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Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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Just wait until our tanks and F-16's arrive! redface
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Just wait until our tanks and F-16's arrive! redface
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How old are you?, 13...14...
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.
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RT @virtualactivism: 100s storm port electricity building and the port of #PortSaid and clash with the army. #Egypt
Torchia was born in 1620. He was apprenticed in Leyden under the Elzevir family. After returning to Venice he published small works on philosophical and esoteric themes. In 1666, Torchia published De Umbrarum Regni Novem Portis (The Nine Doors to the Kingdom of Shadows), which was in turn based on the Delomelanicon, or Invocation of Darkness, a work supposedly written by Lucifer and that would allow the reader to summon devils. The Inquisition condemned Torchia for magic and witchcraft and burned him at the stake in 1667.

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