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Egyptian Islamists, police clash after Friday prayers
By REUTERS
27/12/2013
 
CAIRO - Egyptian police clashed with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo and at least two other cities after Friday prayers, security sources said, as tensions flared after the government declared the Islamist group a terrorist organization.

Police fired teargas at rock-throwing demonstrators at the main campus of Al-Azhar University in Cairo. Police and protests also faced off in the Suez Canal city of Ismailia, and Damietta in the Nile Delta. Gunfire was heard in Ismailia.

Marches in two Cairo suburbs were dispersed when police fired teargas, security sources and a Reuters witness said. In the suburb of Nasr City, men fired birdshot at protesters, a Reuters witness said.
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