SUDAN WATCH: Egypt v Algeria football match in Khartoum, Sudan guarded by 15,000 police

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Egypt v Algeria football match in Khartoum, Sudan guarded by 15,000 police

From Radio Dabanga, Wednesday, November 18, 2009:
Egypt-Algeria match in Khartoum secured by fifteen thousand policemen
(Khartoum - agencies -18 November): Fifteen thousand policemen will be deployed in the streets of Khartoum. This said the Walli of Khartoum Dr. Abdel Rahman Algidir. They guard also the two hotels in which teams from Egypt and Algeria are residing. He said his government is ready to face any emergency.The riot police have surrounded the two stadiums where the teams held their last training on Monday.

Algidir said he expect 48 planes carrying Algerian fans and 18 aircrafts with Egyptian fans. More than two thousand Egyptians arrive by bus. Fans of each team will get nine thousand tickets and 17 thousand tickets are allocated to the Sudanese public.
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