Friday, July 5, 2013


Egyptian troops firing on Islamist protesters,6 reported dead in clashes across Egypt

6 reported dead in clashes across Egypt

The new violence come in the wake of Egyptian troops firing on mostly Islamist protesters marching on an opposition headquarters Friday.

CAIRO — According to the Egypt Health Ministry, six people have died in clashes nationwide.

The violence comes in the wake of Egyptian troops firing on mostly Islamist protesters marching on an opposition headquarters Friday, where at least one was killed as the crowd demanded restoration of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

Mohammed Badie, the Muslim Brotherhood's general guide, led the crowd of tens of thousands in a chant of "Free revolutionaries, we will continue the path.

Mohammed Badie

" Badie had been taken into custody by security forces soon after the military ousted Morsi, who also belongs to the Brotherhood, but was released earlier in the day.

In a speech to the pro-Morsi crowd, Badie vowed an end to "military rule," saying that Morsi is the only president of Egypt.

The shooting earlier occurred when hundreds of Morsi supporters marched on the Republican Guard building, where the former president was staying at the time of his ouster before he was taken into military custody in an unknown location.

 The crowd approached a barbed-wire barrier where troops were standing guard around the building.AP
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