Egypt suffered its worst violence in several weeks Wednesday, as police fired tear gas at hundreds of youths, who threw stones. Egypt's health ministry said 1,036 people were injured, including 40 policemen. The protests began at a vigil Tuesday in suburban Cairo for protesters who died in the fight to oust Hosni Mubarak; fighting apparently began when other people turned up to complain that their own dead loved ones were not included in the ceremony. The fighting then made its way into Cairo and Tahrir Square.
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