Egypt: Army Spokesman Dismisses Reported Deaths, Injuries

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Protesters gather at Tahrir square during a demonstration against president Muhammad Morsi in Cairo, Dec. 1, 2012. Egypt's Constituent Assembly (CA) approved almost unanimously the final draft of constitution early Friday morning.

The Armed Forces denied reports that scores of army men in Sinai were killed and injured in a criminal attack against them.

"These reports are false and groundless," Calomel Ahmed Mohamed Ali, the official spokesman for the Armed Forces said on Friday 25/01/2013.

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