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In Egypt One Millions Men March As Thieves Rob Their Homes

by | 1st, February 2011

EGYPT In chaos: One million people are expected to be on the streets of Cairo and Alexandria today. Given the impression of events on the TV news, nearly all of these protesters will be men. CBA, Sky, The Telegraph, inemc, eyewitnessnews and the FT all agree that one million is the number.

The media also agree that with the police are absent and locals – we have only seen armed men – are protecting their homes round-the-clock with guns and knives.

The Sun delivers a photo of men up to no good and the news:

Hundreds of thieves yesterday swarmed like locusts over a revered site in the shadow of the pyramids – taking advantage of the chaos to ransack the House of the Temple of Osiris.

No house is safe. But a million men are on a march. The thieves are back at your place nicking the wife and the telly…


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EDITORS PLEASE NOTE CONTENT. A man lies injured as anti-government protesters clash violently with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square in Cairo today as Egypt's political upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

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