Four die in clashes in N. Egypt after Morsi ousted

July 4, 2013 00:26

CAIRO - Four people were killed in clashes between supporters of Mohamed Morsi and security forces in the northern city of Marsa Matrouh on Wednesday after the Islamist president was ousted by the army, the state governor said.

Governor Badr Tantawi told Reuters by telephone from the Mediterranean city close to the Libyan border that the dead were were Morsi supporters.

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