(Worthy News) - Rare antigovernment protests have broken out in several Egyptian cities, with demonstrators calling for President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to step down.
The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights on September 21 said dozens of people were arrested, including at least two journalists, but that no casualties had been reported.
Many of the small street demonstrations were quickly dispersed by riot police using batons and tear gas. [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More...) ]
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