Clashes erupt outside Muslim Brotherhood headquarters

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
March 18, 2013 01:34

 
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Dozens of demonstrators gathered outside the building in the Moqattam district on Sunday night to condemn violent clashes and the reported attacks on journalists and activists at the site the previous day.

Protesters on Sunday spray painted the walls of the Muslim Brotherhood Headquarters and removed a sign from the wall. Riot police in security vehicles responded by chasing protesters away from the headquarters and firing tear-gas to disperse the crowds.

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