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VIDEO: Tahrir protests against anti-Islam film, US embassy clashes
Hundreds of protesters voice their anger in Tahrir over an anti-Islam film, while dozens of demonstrators continue to clash with police near the US embassy
Published in Ahram Online on 14 - 09 - 2012

Hundreds of protesters took to Cairo's Tahrir Square to protest against a US-made video that has offended Muslims across the world. Meanwhile, clashes between dozens of protesters and police continues at the nearby US embassy, where authorities have built a wall to prevent demonstrators from approaching.
Video: Simon Hana

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