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36 dead, over 1,000 injured in clashes between Egyptian protesters

05.07.2013 18:10

Mohammed Sultan, deputy head of Egypt's national ambulance service said that 36 people were killed on Friday during violent clashes between supporters and opponents of deposed President Morsi. 1,138 more were injured, according to the Health Ministry.

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Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:45

Leave the Middle East and save your own economies westerners. CIA GO AWAY!

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:37

Look at them congregating like sheeple in the place they are most hated.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:26

I spoke to an epytian lady today.
She said the moslem brothers are murderers.


Stan Dinsmore 07.07.2013 07:05

Egyptians are worlds' best protesters/rioters. too bad they never seem to get the right gov't for their country.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 21:06

The CIA must be mad, they worked hard to get their man in there.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 21:04

Israel's fault? Give me a break!

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 21:02

Potential of another Syrian-style civil war in Egypt!

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 19:47

Brave people? Who needs to be brave when you're mad as heck and poor as dirt?

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 19:29

Message 2Nancy&Reid, look- we stole it fair and square.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 19:09

Our prayers are with the brave Egyptian people.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 18:35

USA are pulling the Egyption army strings. Cut relations with USA to get Egypt self control.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 18:10

And again a hijacked revolt by Washington/Likud,

El Baradei as interim President,

we know enough.

Anonymous user 06.07.2013 17:28

"There are nine and sixty ways of constructing tribal lays,
"And every single one of them is right!"

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