Gunmen shoot at car of Egypt's anti-Morsi protests leader

September 9, 2013 23:41

CAIRO - Gunmen on Monday opened fire on the car of the co-founder of a movement that helped bring down Islamist President Mohamed Morsi.

The Tamarud movement's website said Mahmoud Badr was unharmed in the attack. It was not clear whether it was criminal or a political act.

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