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The Egyptian military intervened in clashes between protesters and police in the restive city of Port Said on Sunday. It's ...
the latest sign of violence that continues to rock Egypt two years after the uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak. (March 3)
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AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPort Said, Egypt -- March SHOTLIST: 1. High angle shot of tear gas canister going off amidst protesters gathered outside main police station 2. Zoom in on protesters kicking tear gas canister in street, one protester picking up canister and throwing it 3. Protesters next to tear gas canister in street, AUDIO police sirens 4. Black smoke billowing near police vehicles outside the main police station 5. High angle shot of ambulance leaving site of protests 6. Soldiers wearing gas masks in foreground amidst protesters trying to appease the situation STORYLINE:The military intervened in clashes between thousands of protesters and police in a restive Egyptian canal city on Sunday, the latest in a cycle of violence that killed a security member and which continues to rock Egypt two years after the uprising that ousted longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak. Also on Sunday, a court ruled that Mubarak will face a new trial next month on charges related to the killings of hundreds of protesters during the revolution that forced him from power. Around 5,000 protesters threw rocks and firebombs at police in Port Said late Sunday, the scene of a civil strike now in its second week. Riot police responded with tear gas and bird shot in street battles that lasted for hours. Health official Helmy el-Afani said 325 people were injured in the clashes. Most suffered tear gas inhalation while others were wounded by bird shot. The Interior Ministry said one policeman was killed by gunfire, and one soldier and at least 10 policemen were wounded. Many residents of Port Said are demanding retribution for what they claim was excessive police force that led to the deaths of more than 40 civilians in late January. Most were killed during what the security forces said was an attempt by some to storm a prison there.(****END****)