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Energized protesters repel troops in Egypt

Revolt against military rule gains steam

By David D. Kirkpatrick
New York Times / November 21, 2011

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Egypt’s interim military rulers battled a reinvigorated protest movement calling for its ouster Sunday, as thousands of demonstrators forced troops to retreat from Tahrir Square for a second night in a row. At least 11 protesters were killed and more than 900 were seriously injured.

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