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More protests in Egypt's Tahrir Square

Demonstrators are continuing to protest in Egypt's Tahrir Square, angry that six former police chiefs, who worked for the former President Hosni Mubarak, have escaped punishment because of a "lack of evidence".

Some of those demonstrating claim that key people from the Mubarak regime are still in power, and have accused them of a "cover up".

Journalist Magdi Abdelhadi says some in the square are calling for the upcoming elections to be suspended.

  • 04 Jun 2012
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