MIDDLE EAST: More Trouble for Sadat

Cairo was shaken last week by the kind of street battle between police and students that has often been an ominous indicator of the national mood. After a five-day sit-in at Cairo University, called to protest the arrest of anti-regime student leaders, 3,000 students decided to march on the capital's central square. At the university bridge over the Nile, they were halted and turned back to their campus by riot police equipped with helmets, shields, batons and tear gas. There were later protests across the city at Ain Shams University, but at...

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