Egyptian TV reports one killed, seven injured in Cairo clashes

By REUTERS
July 22, 2013 19:19

 
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CAIRO - An Egyptian man was killed and seven were injured in clashes on Monday between supporters and opponents of the ousted President Mohamed Morsi, state television reported.

The opposing camps threw stones and shot fireworks at each other near Cairo's Tahrir square as security forces fired tear gas to try to disperse them, witnesses said.r

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