Middle East

Young Egyptians Defy Politics, Weather to Practice Parkouri
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December 25, 2013 12:17 AM
A law recently passed in Egypt makes it illegal for groups of more than 10 people to gather. However, every Friday a group of young men meets on the outskirts of Cairo, not to protest, but to practice a sport called Parkour that is sweeping the country. Sebastian Meyer has more.

Young Egyptians Defy Politics, Weather to Practice Parkour

Published December 24, 2013

A law recently passed in Egypt makes it illegal for groups of more than 10 people to gather. However, every Friday a group of young men meets on the outskirts of Cairo, not to protest, but to practice a sport called Parkour that is sweeping the country. Sebastian Meyer has more.


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