Trial date set for Egypt football violence

Authorities announce April 17 court date for those held responsible for Port Said tragedy.

    Egypt's authorities have set a trial date for the Port Said football tragedy which occurred at the beginning of February.

    The former head of Port Said Security and a number of police officers are among the accused, who are due to appear in court on April 17.

    Mike Hanna reports from Cairo, where football fans want the government to be held responsible.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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