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Five injured in Alexandria clashes - medical source
Friday, September 27, 2013 5:59 PM
 

(Archive) Clashes between supporters of deposed President Mohamed Mursi and security forces in Alexandria on August 14, 2013 - Aswat Masriya
Five people were injured in clashes between allies of former President Mohamed Mursi and residents of Alexandria's Sidi Beshr on Friday.
Ambulances transported the injured to health ministry hospitals, a medical source at Alexandria's main health headquarters said.
Two people were shot with live ammunition and two others sustained injuries from shotgun pellets, the source stated.
Security forces arrested a pro-Mursi supporters who had two hand grenades in his possession, said Nasser al-Abd, the head of Alexandria's criminal investigation unit.
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and residents of Alexandria's Sidi Beshr clashed with gunfire earlier on Friday, an Aswat Masriya witness said.
Allies of former President Mohamed Mursi staged a march in Sidi Beshr after Friday's noon prayer.
The area's residents intervened to stop the march, which prompted Mursi's supporters to clash with them.
The two sides hurled stones at each other, but the clashes escalated to the point of exchanging gunfire.
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