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Thousands of Egyptian activists and soccer fans on Thursday participate in a march from the headquarters of the al-Ahly club toward the Egyptian general prosecutor's office in downtown Cairo to protest against what they say is the slow pace of procedures taken by the government to find and hold accountable those responsible for soccer violence in Port Said that claimed scores of victims. Arabic on the banner reads, "The glory for martyrs." (Associated Press)

Thousands of Egyptian activists and soccer fans on Thursday participate in a march from the headquarters of the al-Ahly club toward the Egyptian general prosecutor's office in downtown Cairo to protest against what they say is the slow pace of procedures taken by the government to find and hold accountable those responsible for soccer violence in Port Said that claimed scores of victims. Arabic on the banner reads, "The glory for martyrs." (Associated Press)

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