Egypt

State Security Agency stormed


Published

The State Security Agency in Alexandria has been stormed by protesters in Alexandria and set alight. Protesters were demanding the release of political prisoners and the abolition of the state security apparatus. The protesters left when the army arrived on the scene.

Meanwhile, in Cairo, the new interim Prime Minister, Essam Sharaf, addressed about 10,000 people in Tahrir Square and promised that he would realise their demands.

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