CAIRO, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- The headquarters of Egypt's Giza governorate has been stormed and set on fire by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi on Thursday, state TV reported.
The governorate building has been evacuated and the streets leading to it have been blocked off by security men, according to the report.
Meanwhile, local al-Youm al-Sabea newspaper said that hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood members broke into the governorate building after hurling Molotov cocktails and firing gunshots at the premises.
The attack came a day after the security forces dispersed a pro- Morsi sit-in at Nahda Square in Giza and another at Rabaa al- Adawiya Square in Cairo's Nasr City.
The clashes between the security forces and Morsi's loyalists since Wednesday have killed at least 525 people and injured 3,717 others across the turmoil-hit country, according to the latest figure released by the Health Ministry.