Aswat Masriya (Cairo)

Egypt: Marches in Alexandria to Denounce Wednesday's Clashes

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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi clash with anti-Morsi protesters outside the Egyptian presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, Dec. 5, 2012. Egyptian Health Ministry said that at least 211 people were injured during the clashes between supporters and opponents of Morsi on Wednesday.

Hundreds in Alexandria organized on Thursday afternoon a march from al-Haqqaneya Court in al-Mansheya to Sidi Gaber Square to denounce the bloody clashes that occurred at the presidential palace in Cairo on Wednesday.

Protesters also demanded toppling President Mohamed Mursi's regime.

The demonstrators chanted anti-Mursi and Muslim Brotherhood slogans, Aswat Masriya correspondent reported.

April 6 Movement organized a march from Roushdi area and the Constitution Party organized protest as well in Sidi Gaber.

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