Video: Egypt: Cairo uprising ~ no signs of letting up part of Bahrain uprising: Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets on protesters (PHOTOS)

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Source: Russia Today
Manama : Bahrain | almost 2 years ago
Violent clashes erupted in Bahrain as thousands protested the government's move to limit political marches. Police used tear gas and, reportedly, rubber bullets to disperse the...
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Egypt: Cairo uprising ~ no signs of letting up

From: Russia Today Cairo uprising: no signs of letting up Published: 23 November, 2011, 22:46 Edited: 24 November, 2011, 08:28 Three more people have reportedly been killed in Cairo street battles. Clashes between protesters and police near Tahrir Square have flared up with renewed intensity as clouds of tear gas linger overhead. RT's correspondent Paula Slier at the scene says dozens have been injured in the last few hours. "The situation is going from bad to worse", Paula tweets on her blog. She reports there are many injured people and ambulances are struggling to get through crowds with chaos and confusion in the street. "Looks like police firing live ammunition in Mohammed Mahmoud Street," she also tweeted. More than 300 protesters have reportedly been arrested by police. RT's correspondent reports that fires are burning as protesters surge forward throwing Molotov cocktails at police. Huge crowds continue to clash with military forces in Mohammed Mahmoud Street, which links Tahrir Square with the Interior Ministry building. Protesters are throwing stones at security forces. Paula Slier says that soldiers are trying to disperse demonstrators with tear gas. According to her reports, some troops are trying to stop security forces from firing tear gas, which is "incredibly strong". Paula reports that this tear gas smells very different to the type used back in February and "creates some unusual burning sensations." She says that there are stories that some of the <b>...</b>
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