A sit-in at the German University in Cairo has entered its third week, Ahram Online reported. Students are demanding protection of their rights to dissent, following the expulsion of two students and the suspension of two others over earlier protests. Those students were protesting actions by Egypt's rulers. The university told them, in advance of the protest, that they could have a silent protest, but punished some students after they shouted their views during the demonstration.
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