Day of Anger rise from Poor Neighborhoods in Egypt
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Day of Anger rise from Poor Neighborhoods in Egypt

Thousands of Egyptians are currently demonstrating in the “Day of Anger” raising  both socio-economic and political demands.
After the success of protestors to start protests in several places in Egypt; the largest demonstrations are emerging from Boulaq in Cairo. Around 5 thousand demonstrators were able to march from Boulaq towards Gamet El Dewal Street in Mohandeseen, they currently crossed Al Sudan street, and entering El Batal Ahmad abd Elaziz st. Another march of around 5 thousand demonstrators are moved from downtown to Tahrir sq. then to Maspiro and Boulaq district, and they are currently directed towards Gamal Abd elnaser sq. (Esaaf sq.). And more than two thousand demonstrators are marching from Imbaba district; and other neighborhoods in Cairo.
Two thousand demonstrators are currently marching in el Mahalla City, and police forces are trying to violently quell them. 4 thousand demonstrators are marching in Mansour city; and one thousand demonstrators in Tanta.
Several protestors are currently detained by the police forces.

Thousands of Egyptians are currently demonstrating in the “Day of Anger” raising  both socio-economic and political demands.
After the success of protestors to start protests in several places in Egypt; the largest demonstrations are emerging from Boulaq in Cairo. Around 5 thousand demonstrators were able to march from Boulaq towards Gamet El Dewal Street in Mohandeseen, they currently crossed Al Sudan street, and entering El Batal Ahmad abd Elaziz st. Another march of around 5 thousand demonstrators are moved from downtown to Tahrir sq. then to Maspiro and Boulaq district, and they are currently directed towards Gamal Abd elnaser sq. (Esaaf sq.). And more than two thousand demonstrators are marching from Imbaba district; and other neighborhoods in Cairo.
Two thousand demonstrators are currently marching in el Mahalla City, and police forces are trying to violently quell them. 4 thousand demonstrators are marching in Mansour city; and one thousand demonstrators in Tanta.
Several protestors are currently detained by the police forces.

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