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Update: 210 injured in Moqattam clashes

Update: 210 injured in Moqattam clashes | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

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.

 

Al-Masry Al-YoumMENAMore : http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/update-210-injured-moqattam-clashes
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48 injured in presidential palace clashes - Ambulance Organisation

48 injured in presidential palace clashes - Ambulance Organisation | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
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Forty eight people on Friday were injured in clashes that broke out between protesters and security forces at Cairo's presidential palace, Mohamed Sultan, head of the Egyptian Ambulance Organisation, told al-Hayah TV.

Confrontations erupted at the palace as protesters hurled stones and petrol bombs at the security forces who retaliated by firing water cannons and teargas to keep the protesters away from the palace.

Egypt's presidency issued a statement calling on all national powers to denounce the ongoing violence and urge their supporters to withdraw from the vicinity of the palace.

 

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Health Ministry: 40 killed, 1,139 injured in nationwide violence

Forty people have been killed and 1,139 injured nationwide in clashes that erupted Thursday, the Health Ministry said in a statement Sunday.

 

The ministry said injured victims sustained injuries from live bullets, birdshot and tear gas inhalation.

 

Port Said had the largest number of deaths, with the Health Ministry saying 31 people were killed in clashes between police and protesters angry over a court ruling that sentenced 21 residents to death over a bloody stadium massacre in the canal city last year.

 

Other sources have put the Port Said death toll higher.

Egypt-actus's insight:

The ministry said 555 people were injured in Port Said since the violence began, including 110 people who were injured Sunday during a funeral for the people killed Saturday.

 

Among those injured Sunday in Port Said were three people who were shot by live bullets and one by birdshot.

 

In Suez, nine people were killed Friday during protests against President Mohamed Morsy on the second anniversary of the 25 January revolution.

 

The statement said that so far, 172 were injured in Cairo, 102 in Alexandria, 29 in Gharbiya, 26 in Beheira, 89 in Suez, 77 in Ismailia, 22 in Sharqiya, 10 in Daqahlia, 35 in Damietta, six in Kafr al-Sheikh, six in Minya, one in Fayoum and one in Luxor.




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396 injured police since Egypt violence erupted

396 injured police since Egypt violence erupted | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
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Egypt’s Interior Ministry said on Monday that 396 of its members have been injured in the past 10 days in violence that erupted in light of demonstrations to mark the 2011 revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak. 

Sixty people have been killed so far, two of them this morning and one due to torture.

The ministry’s statement added that the injured included 103 police officers, 26 army recruits and 267 conscripts with wounds that varied from shots to eye injuries.

President Mohamed Mursi will meet with heads of the police force on Monday to discuss recent security-related issues in Egypt, reported the state news agency. 

Many have recently criticized Egypt’s police apparatus for mistreating citizens especially after an aired footage of a man being attacked and stripped naked by riot police.

Recent clashes have left over 50 people dead and dozens injured in a wave of violence that is the worst since Mursi's election as president.

 

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Kafr al-Sheikh scuffles leave more than 100 injured

Kafr al-Sheikh scuffles leave more than 100 injured | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it
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Egypt's Central Security forces arrested six protesters in Kafr El-Sheikh on Tuesday following scuffles that happened overnight.

Scuffles erupted between the security forces and protesters on Monday, leaving 16 of the security forces injured, as the protesters threw bricks at them causing minor head wounds.

An eyewitness told Aswat Masriya that the scuffles resulted in torching an armored vehicle after the protesters threw Molotov cocktails at it.

The protesters tried to storm the state office of the province of Kafr el-Sheikh and prevent the Governor of Kafr sl-Sheikh and member of the Muslim Brotherhood Saad al-Husseini from leaving but the security forces used teargas to disperse them.

The scuffles left around 112 protesters injured and many more suffered from suffocation because of the teargas.

Meanwhile, dozens from the Popular Current youth cut on Monday the international Blatim road which connects Kafr al-Sheikh to Baltim.

The protesters lit tires and placed wood and stones midway whilst chanting "Down, down with the rule of the Guide", referring to the Muslim Brotherhood leader.

 

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