Protests in Cairo against 'rigged' election
Hundreds of activists have protested in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, against what they say was a fraudulent parliamentary election two weeks ago.
The vote - which Egypt's governing National Democratic party said it won by an overwhelming majority - was overshadowed by complaints of rigging and other abuses.
The BBC's Middle East correspondent Jon Leyne reports from Cairo.
13 Dec 2010
- From the section Middle East