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Aug17

Egypt: death toll passes 600 after “day of rage”

By: PanARMENIAN.Net & The Guardian Source: PanARMENIAN.Net & The Guardian UPDATE: The Guardian – New violence erupted in central Cairo and across Egypt on Friday on a “day of rage” called by the Muslim Brotherhood to protest against the removal of President Mohamed Morsi and the killings of hundreds of his supporters by the military-backed government. By nightfall, at least 20 and as many as 45 people had been reported shot dead in fierce street fighting in the centre of the capital, where machine gun fire was heard as a military helicopter flew overhead. Security officials said the death toll rose to at least 60 people killed across the country: 52 civilians and...

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Aug16

More than 500 dead, Brotherhood undaunted in Egypt

By: VOA News Source: VOA News Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi launched new demonstrations Thursday, a day after 525 people were killed during the interim government’s crackdown on protest camps. Egyptian state TV and witnesses say hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters attacked government offices Thursday in Giza, a tourist locale with Egypt’s famed pyramids. Separately, hundreds marched through the port city of Alexandria demanding Morsi’s return. The renewed protests and violence follow Wednesday’s violent crackdown by Egypt’s military on Morsi supporters gathered in protest camps around Cairo and fighting in Alexandria and Suez....

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Aug15

Hundreds dead, more violence in Egypt

By: Edward Yeranian Source: VOA News  & Panarmenian.net UPDATE: PanARMENIAN.Net – Hundreds of supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood stormed a government building in Cairo Thursday, Aug 15 and set a fire at its entrance despite a crackdown on the movement by security forces, state TV and witnesses said, according to Reuters. More than 500 people were killed in violence on Wednesday which began when security forces broke up the Muslim Brotherhood’s protest sit-ins in Cairo. SEE ALSO: More than 500 dead, Brotherhood undaunted in Egypt VOA News – The Egyptian army says an operation to clear two sit-in protest camps of Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Cairo is...

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