A court was due to issue a verdict on Saturday in the case of Egypt's worst football disaster, with fans threatening to sow "chaos" if justice is not delivered for the 74 people killed in last year's violence.
Fans of Al-Masry football club protest outside a prison in Port Said on January 25, 2013, calling for prisoners suspected of killing 74 people during a February 2012 match not to be transferred to Cairo to attend their trial. A court was due to issue a verdict on Saturday in the case of Egypt's worst football disaster.
The trial of dozens of defendants over the Port Said stadium disaster comes after a day of violence nationwide as Egypt marked the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
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