The BBC reports from Egypt:
Egyptian protesters have stormed the headquarters of the secret police in Cairo, demanding that the organisation be dismantled.
It followed rumours that officials were destroying documents that could be used in court to prove human rights abuses.
On Friday, some 200 protesters stormed the agency's offices in Alexandria after police fired on protesters.
The abolition of the force has been a demand of protesters who ousted Hosni Mubarak as president in February.
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