A member of Egyptian security forces detains a suspected supporter of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, right, during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Police fired in the air and lobbed tear gas to push back several pro-Morsi marches as they neared Tahrir. Soldiers barricaded entrances to the square with barbed wire and armored personnel vehicles. Rival crowds of supporters of Egypt's military and backers of the Islamist president deposed by the army poured into streets around the country Sunday, as a holiday marking the anniversary of the last war with Israel turned into a showdown between the country's two camps.
A member of Egyptian security forces detains a suspected supporter of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, right, during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Police fired in the air and lobbed tear gas to push back several pro-Morsi marches as they neared Tahrir. Soldiers barricaded entrances to the square with barbed wire and armored personnel vehicles. Rival crowds of supporters of Egypt's military and backers of the Islamist president deposed by the army poured into streets around the country Sunday, as a holiday marking the anniversary of the last war with Israel turned into a showdown between the country's two camps. AP
A member of Egyptian security forces detains a suspected supporter of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, right, during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. Police fired in the air and lobbed tear gas to push back several pro-Morsi marches as they neared Tahrir. Soldiers barricaded entrances to the square with barbed wire and armored personnel vehicles. Rival crowds of supporters of Egypt's military and backers of the Islamist president deposed by the army poured into streets around the country Sunday, as a holiday marking the anniversary of the last war with Israel turned into a showdown between the country's two camps. AP

Police openly beat Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers in Cairo

October 06, 2013 10:54 AM

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