CAIRO -- At least 73 people were killed Wednesday in a rare outbreak of violence in an Egyptian port city, according to the Egyptian Health Ministry. It was one of the deadliest incidents in the country's recent history.

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The incident raised concerns about deteriorating security in the wake of Egypt’s revolution, which until last year was governed as a police state.

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