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Var of protesters throwing stones, molotov bombs to police
In Suez, supporters of the Egyptian Bloc said their headquarters were attacked on Wednesday when thugs attempted to burn it down using Molotov bombs.
London, Dhu-AlHijjah 20, 1432, Nov 16, 2011, SPA -- Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom, sent a letter to The Independent, criticizing the newspaper for providing a distorted image of Awamiyah events in which last month a group of instigators of sedition, discord and riots threw Molotov bombs and fired at security forces.
He explained that groups of saboteurs had gone out of the funeral route, blocked the public road, vandalised public and private property and hurled Molotov bombs.
Thursday's clash in Ayios Dhometios involved 20 people, believed to be foreigners, wielding swords, bats and Molotov bombs, one of which was thrown into a house, causing it to erupt in flames.
Police also seized two unidentified bodies, thought to contain two home-made bombs, a silver-colored gun loaded with fourteen bullets, in addition to two pellet bullets and four cocktail Molotov bombs.
The clash involved 20 people, believed to be foreigners, wielding swords, bats and Molotov bombs, one of which was thrown into a house, causing it to erupt in flames.
They set a patrol car ablaze in the attack with cocktail Molotov bombs, while two policemen sustained multiple injuries.
We have reconfirmed how important the steward's role is in efforts to ensure safe football matches, the safe arrival and departure of thousands of fans without Molotov bombs, without breaking the stadiums, without taking objects such as flares, without feeling the need to abuse the referee and without the need to enter the pitch and start fighting," said Nicolaou.
An Asian forklift operator as he tried to remove barriers he was pelted by terrorists with Molotov bombs.