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Suez death toll rises, includes a 10-year-old

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Update at 12:20 am:

Suez death toll rose to seven confirmed death, including a 10-year-old boy who remains unidentified.

Clashes in Suez erupted on Friday as protesters took to the streets on the second anniversary of 25 January revolution, protesting against the current Muslim Brotherhood government. Egyptian opposition as well as activists and movements have been calling for demonstrations for over a month against the current administration and the recently passed constitution.

Demonstrators and the police faced-off  by the Suez governorate building leaving hundreds injured and seven dead.

Suez General hospital received all injuries.


Additional reporting by Hassan Ghonema

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