Egyptian police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood group during the fresh clashes in Alexandria and Suez on Friday.
Egyptian military engineers on Saturday defused mortar rounds rigged to explode on a railroad linking the canal cities of Ismailiya and Suez, security officials said.
Deadly clashes broke out in the Egyptian city of Port on Saturday, leaving at least 30 people dead after a court sentenced 21 local football fans to death for their role in a post-match riot in which 74 people were killed last year.
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