Morocco groups report protest death, govt denies

By REUTERS
June 2, 2011 22:43

 
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RABAT - A Moroccan man wounded by security forces at a pro-democracy demonstration died of his injuries on Thursday, Moroccan opposition groups said. The government said the man's death was unrelated to the street protest.

Al Adl wal-Ihsane (Justice and Charity), Morocco's largest Islamic opposition group, and the February 20 movement, which is leading street demonstrations calling for more representative government, said Kamal Amari had died from wounds sustained in the May 29 clash in Safi, 200 miles south of Rabat.

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