A brother of one of the soccer fans killed in Port Said stadium ...
Feb 2nd, 2012
(Reuters) - A brother of one of the soccer fans killed in Port Said stadium after clashes at an Egyptian soccer match reads the Koran next to his brother's body at a mosque in Port Said city February 2, 2012. Seventy-four people were killed when supporters clashed at the match, prompting fans and politicians on Thursday to turn on the ruling army for failing to prevent the deadly incident. The words on the side of the coffin read, "Honouring the dead". REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El-Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: DISASTER SPORT SOCCER) -
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