Egypt’s military blames sectarian clashes for Cairo’s recent violence. Everyone else blames the military.
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Military Prevents Confrontation between Protesters and Police in Cairo
Around 9am Saturday January 29, 2011, Egyptian police attempted to clear a street leading to Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Police fired shotguns into the air to announce their presence, following a night of massive civil unrest in Cairo. A group of protesters moved towards them from Tahrir Square. Three Egyptian military armored vehicles moved in to … Read More