Dozens beaten, arrested in protests against Mubarak

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Egyptian protesters demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule scuffled with security forces on Tuesday and dozens were detained, witnesses and security sources said.”Down, down, Hosni Mubarak,” a group of more than 200 chanted as they tried to gather in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Police hauled away a group of about a dozen protesters, shouting “freedom, freedom” near parliament, minutes later.

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