Egypt's government says determined to confront 'terrorist acts'

By REUTERS
August 15, 2013 18:41

 
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CAIRO - The Egyptian government said on Thursday it was determined to confront "terrorist acts" by the Muslim Brotherhood, a day after security forces raided the group's protest camps in Cairo and hundreds of people were killed.

A government statement said it saw a "criminal plan to demolish the pillars of the Egyptian state", but it said it sought an "inclusive political process" open to anyone who was not involved in violence.


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