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Egypt army restrains Mubarak loyalists amid ongoing clashes in Cairo square

At least six demonstrators killed overnight after supporters of the president charged Tahrir square and opened fire on protesters camped there.


February 3, 2011 | 8:36 am

An Egyptian army tank moved against supporters of President Hosni Mubarak as they hurled rocks at anti-Muburak protesters in central Cairo, prompting cheers from demonstrators battered by overnight fighting that killed six.

“Allahu Akbar, the army and the people are hand in hand”, chanted protesters barricaded in Tahrir (Liberation) Square, where several thousand people on Thursday joined the hundreds who had camped overnight.

The tank turned its turret towards the stone throwers and soldiers moved to engage them. The Mubarak loyalists fled, but regrouped nearby and resumed throwing stones.

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