Egypt: Death toll rises in Egyptian raid on refugees camp
Egyptian police turned water cannons on Sudanese war refugees and beat them with sticks Friday, seeking to end a three-month protest at the ramshackle squatters camp in a small city park.
Submitted on Fri, 12/30/2005 - 00:00
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