Egyptian Health Ministry: Ten killed in Alexandria

CAIRO - Ten people were killed in the Egyptian city of Alexandria on Wednesday, a senior Health Ministry official said, in clashes between supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi and the police.
Fighting broke out in several districts of the Mediterranean city on Egypt's north coast. Mohamed Abu Suleiman, the Health Ministry official, said 148 people had been injured in the violence.
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