31 January 2013

Egypt: Curfew Reduced in Canal Cities

Suez Governor Samir Aglan announced on Wednesday 30/1/2013 that the curfew in Suez would be reduced to four hours.

The curfew will be as of 1 am to 5 am instead of the nine-hour curfew that was imposed on Monday 28/1/2013 from 9 pm to 6 am.

Earlier in the day, Port Said Governor Ahmed Abdullah decided to cut the curfew in the governorate to four hours.

Meantime, Ismailia Governor decided to decrease the hours of the curfew to three hours.

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