Egypt: Riots resume after Friday prayers
Protests erupted in Egypt following Friday prayers, with tens of thousands of demonstrators calling for the ouster of president Mubarak. In the port city of Alexandria, protesters streamed out of mosques to chant slogans against the government. Police used tear gas and rubber bullets.
According to Reuters, there were clashes between protesters and police outside a mosque in Cairo. Protesters reportedly threw stones at the police.
Clashes and riots reported from other cities and provinces across the country.
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