Egypt: 14 Killed, 62 Injured During Friday Protests - Health Ministry

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Muslim Brotherhood supporters demonstrate outside a polling station in Alexandria (file photo).

The death toll from Friday's protests rose to 14 while 62 others were injured in clashes between members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood and security forces in Cairo and other governorates, a senior Health Ministry official said.

The casualties were in Cairo, Alexandria, Fayyoum, Ismailia, Beni Suef, Minya and Giza, Spokesman for the Ministry Dr. Ahmed Kamel said.

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