Egypt medical sources say 16 killed in clashes

By REUTERS
July 8, 2013 08:32

 
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CAIRO - Medical sources said 16 people were killed on Monday, after the Muslim Brotherhood said shots were fired at supporters of deposed President Mohamed Mםrsi near the military building where he is being held.

No further details were immediately available from the medical sources. Muslim Brotherhood officials put the death toll at the Republican Guard compound at 34.The military, which toppled Mםrsi last Wednesday, said "a terrorist group" had tried to storm the building and that one army officer had been killed, according to a statement reported by state TV.

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