Clashes slowed down on Friday in Moqattam after a day of fighting between protesters and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood near the latter's headquarters.
Until the evening, security forces have been firing a barrage of tear gas at protesters around the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters to force them to disperse.
Earlier in the day, Socialist Popular Alliance Party leader and former presidential candidate Khaled Ali was wounded clashes and transferred to a nearby hospital for treatment, witnesses reported.
The Ambulance Authority said 210 have been injured so far in Friday's violence. According to authority head Mohamed Sultan, no deaths have been reported.
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