CAIRO, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- A six-year girl was shot dead while the Muslim Brotherhood, to which ousted president Mohamed Morsi is affiliated, attempted to break into a police station in the upper Egyptian governorate of Minya, state TV reported on Friday.
Hundreds of Brotherhood's supporters besieged the Minya police station, where some of its members were detained. Their clashes with the police forces left one passerby girl killed and several other people injured, the report added. Thousands of Morsi' supporters took to the streets Friday after the noon prayers, calling for reinstatement of the Islamic president who was removed in what they described as "a military coup."
Two were killed and dozens were injured in clashes between the supporters and opponents of Morsi in Damietta and Alexandria governorates on Friday.
2 killed in clashes in Egypt
CAIRO, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- Two were killed and 16 others injured in clashes in Damietta and Alexandria governorates of Egypt, official news agency MENA reported on Friday.
One supporter of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood was killed and nine others injured in Kafr el-Batikh Village in Delta city of Damietta on Friday, when local residents tried to stop one of the Brotherhood demonstrations from passing through their village. Full story
News Analysis: Egypt's border measures needed for national security, not punishing Hamas
CAIRO, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- As Egypt is considering to set up a buffer zone on its eastern border with the Gaza Strip, analysts say such kind of security measures are "necessities" to preserve the country's national security, rather than punishing the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas in Gaza. Full story