Deaths Reported at Latest Pro-Morsi Marches in Egypt



Tens of thousands of pro-Morsi supporters have taken to the streets of Cairo to protest the state of emergency that was announced after security forces moved in to clear protest camps earlier this week. There have already been reports of deaths, adding to the death toll from this week's violence, which stands at over 600.

From Fox News:

Tens of thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters stormed the streets of Cairo Friday, some chanting "down with military rule!" as the embattled country braced for more protests over a crackdown on Islamists.

Supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi marched in several Cairo neighborhoods and other towns across the country, protesting a military-imposed state of emergency after massive bloodshed earlier this week.

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