Egypt

More Than 100 Reportedly Arrested in Egypt After Muslim Brotherhood Declared a Terrorist Organization

State media is reporting at least nine roundups

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(CNN) — One day after naming the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, Egypt arrested more than 100 people across the country Thursday, state media reported.

State-run MENA said among those arrested were 54 members of the Muslim Brotherhood charged with attacking police stations and inciting violence. The suspects were also accused of inciting riots and blocking roads, according to MENA.

The news agency reported at least nine different roundups of people.