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January 27, 2013 4:19 PM

Father, mother worry as Egypt’s political divisions color a court’s soccer riot verdict

The death sentence handed down to Adel Mohammed’s son on Saturday for his part in a riot last February that killed 74 soccer fans supposedly helped set off the latest round of deadly protests in Port Said, Egypt. But Mohammed believes the violence, which led to at least 38 deaths and 800 injuries over two days, was not about his son.

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