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Cairo stadium set ablaze

Cairo stadium set ablaze

epa03088535 Egyptian youths are backdropped by a fire which erupted in Cairo Stadium after the announcement of the cancelation of a soccer match between Zamalek and Ismaily, Cairo, Egypt, 01 February 2012. The fire reportedly erupted shortly after the match between Zamalek and Ismaily was canceled for security reasons. Firefighters intervened and the fire was extinguished, with no human losses reported. The fire was allegedly started after fans heard of the unrest in Port Said, where at least 70 people were killed and 1000 injured when riots broke out following a football match in Port Said in northern Egypt, according to local media reports. Some of the dead are believed to be security officers. The riots broke out after a game between Egypt's Al-Ahali and Al-Masri teams in Port Said, the Egyptian broadcaster said. EPA/AHMED KHALED
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