Unrest in Egyptian city draws in military

Egyptian army soldiers and military police secure a funeral procession for civilians killed overnight during street battles with police forces, in Port Said, Egypt, Monday, March 4, 2013. The fighting on Sunday prompted the military to intervene to break up the clashes, the first such intervention by the army since the military was deployed in Port Said in late January when tension between protesters and police first erupted. (AP Photo/Ahmed Ramadan)CAIRO (AP) — Clashes between protesters and the police in the restive Egyptian city of Port Said that entered their second day Monday have dragged in the military to a dramatic extent into the nation's turmoil.

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