MP3: Egyptians back on the streets, protesting anti-demonstration laws

27.11.2013

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Egyptians back on the streets, protesting anti-demonstration laws MP3

Secular protesters are returning to the streets of Egypt, speaking out against severe new laws aimed at limiting dissent. Egypt's military backed government is attracting global condemnation for a new law cracking down on demonstrators. Security forces dispersed protesters for the third day running, using tear gas and water cannon. Scores have been arrested and some remain missing. Source: abc.net.au

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