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Egyptian Dostour journalist covering Islamists-police clashes killed
Ahram Online, Friday 28 Mar 2014
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Mayada Ashraf

A 22-year-old journalist from El-Dostour newspaper, Mayada Ashraf, was reported dead while she was covering the clashes between supporters of the ousted president Mohamed Morsi and police in Ain Shams in east Cairo on Friday.

The paper's editor-in-chief and the head of the journalist's syndicate demanded the government open an investigation into the death of Ashraf.

Morsi supporters protested in different areas around the country on Friday to oppose former Field Marshal Abdel Fattah El-Sisi`s decision to run in the upcoming presidential elections with police clashing with demonstrators in a number of places.

The ministry of interior reported four deaths, including Ashraf, during the intense confrontations in Ain Shams and ten injured.

Al-Dostour editors had earlier sent a plea on the paper's website to Egypt's health ministry to send ambulances to transport Ashraf's body out of Ain Shams where the corpse is being watched over by residents in the Al-Quds mosque in the area that is still witnessing heavy clashes.



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Ibraheem Burzinji
30-03-2014 08:17am
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Egyptian Dostour journalist covering Islamists-police clashes killed
What a shame! This Sisi and his goons will pay a heavy price for all the blood of innocents.He is worse than the previous dictator. Let there be some more Salah eldin's, some more Hasan elBanna's to clean these murderers.
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Oz
30-03-2014 02:58am
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@Alladin Egypt
Do you mean the same terrorists who massacred more than 2500 innocent civilians at Rabaa and counting?Alas! I don't see light at the end of the tunnel for Egypt.Rather it's crystal clear to us we are heading to another 30 yrs of military dictatorship.
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Zaman
29-03-2014 05:49pm
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Huh huh
This blood is very expensive for every egyptian .sisi and fake govtcan not pay.
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hesham Tawfik
29-03-2014 04:48pm
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Her blood
I feel sorry Miss Ashraf death and all those who passed away since 25th Jan Rev. It is clear who is blamed for all blood which were shed in Egyptian streets. Alsisy and his supporters are responsible for all those KILLIINGS. More victims will fall if the military junta do NOT change its KILLING MACHINE Policey
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Zamana
29-03-2014 02:14pm
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Huh huh
Sisi is fullly resposible this blood .where is the world?sisi must go to icc
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Naim Wagdi
28-03-2014 11:09pm
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It is certain the Sissi ggons did it
The Sissi thugs have tons of innocent blood on their hands.
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Aly
29-03-2014 03:54pm
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Cleaning up the terrorists
We just started erradicating the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist organization
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Aladdin, Egypt
28-03-2014 09:35pm
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My Deep Consolences
She is a hero felt down in line of duty. Freedom of press is important and terrorists do not like it for exposing their evil doing.
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