Friday, February 11, 2011
Strikers Push Egypt Police Back
Egyptian employees, who have gone on a strike amid nationwide pro-democracy protests, have forced the police out of their way in the capital.
The strikers, composed mainly of lawyers and judges, amassed in front of a main palace in the city, said Press TV correspondent Jihan Hafiz from Cairo.
“Once they got to that palace, they were trying to get through. There's a police barricade. They actually broke through the police barricade and the Egyptian police fled the scene,” she said.'
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