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Egyptian firefighters and bystanders tried to extinguish several cars that caught fire outside the Nile City Towers during clashes between Egyptian policemen and an unknown mob from a near by neighbourhood in Cairo on August 2, 2012. 16 people were wounded in sectarian clashes on August 1, when angry Muslims attacked a church and Christian homes outside Cairo, after a Muslim died of wounds from a fight with a Christian.
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