Egypt Protests: Suez Protesters Police Clash- First Photo, Video
Egypt Protests: Protesters In Suez Clash With Police, First Photo And Video
Despite a police clampdown on digital and social media during the recent protests in Egypt, particularly the most recent clashes in Suez, photos and video are starting to emerge from that troubled city.
The first video is from a Youtube user named Masrbas. It shows a video shot from what appears to be a cell phone, the video is grainy and you can hear Arabic in the background but it clearly shows that there is serious unrest in the streets of Suez.
Reuters is reporting that protesters set fire to a National Democratic Party government building a police responded with tear gas.
Many users on Twitter are posting that some protesters died and the police were also using live ammunition.
Another video, apparently taken on the streets of Suez shows protesters walking amidst the debris in the streets. Plus, other videos allegedly show a Police officers in Suez being taken by ambulance and still another video shows protesters gathered at the morgue in Suez.
- Video: Suez Protesters/Police Injured
- Video: Suez Protesters, Street Footage
- Video: Police, Protesters At Suez Morgue
A photo of the unrest in Suez was also posted via the photo sharing service, TwitPic.
It show some debris on fire on what appears to be a city street in Suez. Neither the video nor the photo have images of the NDP government building that has been reportedly set on fire.