21 September 2013

Egypt: Twelve Injured, 32 Arrested in Alexandria Clashes

Twelve people were wounded, including one in critical condition, in Friday's confrontations between supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohamed Mursi, a medical source said.

The injuries ranged from cuts to birdshot wounds, the source said, adding that the wounded were transferred to local hospitals to receive medical attention.

Thirty-two people were arrested in the confrontations as investigations continue to identify the perpetrators and their motives, Alexandria's security director said.

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