3 killed in Egypt in ongoing clashes between Muslim Brotherhood, police

March 8, 2014 01:10

3 people have been killed and 28 injured late on Friday in Cairo. Israel Radio reported the violence was a continuation of ongoing clashes between the Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian police.

17 police were injured and 3 police cars were set on fire. 60 of the protesters were arrested, accoding to the Egyptian Interior Ministry.

Since the riots began after the ouster of formerly elected President Mohamed Morsi, over 1,400 people have been reported killed.

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