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PHOTO GALLERY: Clashes break out in Tahrir Square


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An Egyptian man with a pistol, second left, and opponents of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi, detain a suspected Morsi supporter who was wounded in clashes in Tahrir Square (Photo: AP)
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An man fires his weapon during clashes between opponents and supporters of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi in Cairo (Photo: AP)
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An opponent of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi runs next to a burning scooter (Photo: AP)
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An Egyptian woman runs past a burning scooter that was set on fire (Photo: AP)
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An opponent of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, carries his injured friend who was wounded (Photo: AP)
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Opponents of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi carry injured man, centre, who was wounded (Photo: AP)
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Opponents of ousted President Mohammed Morsi carry their friend who was wounded (AP)
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Egyptian firefighters extinguish a scooter that was set on fire (Photo: AP)
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An opponent of ousted President Mohammed Morsi flashes the victory sign next to a burning scooter and posters of the former leader, that was set on fire (AP)
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Opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi hold sticks and pass past a burning scooter, that was set on fire (Photo: AP)
Jul
22

One killed and 21 injured in clashes between Morsi supporters and opponents in the vicinity of Tahrir Square

Hundreds of supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi clashed late Monday afternoon with anti-Morsi protesters who have been holding a sit-in in Tahrir Square.

Mohamed Sultan, the head of Egypt's Emergency Medical Services, announced that 21 people were injured in the clashes.

Most of the injuries were caused by gunshots.

A doctor at the Mounira Hospital, a public hospital near Tahrir, confirmed to ONTV that the hospital received one fatality.

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