Protester narrates Cairo bridge attack

Ahmed Tohami says bullets and tear gas were fired at demonstrators as they passed the Foreign Ministry.

    Egypt has been witnessing more violence as supporters of the ousted president Mohamed Morsi return to the streets, demanding his reinstatement two days after the military forciblly removed them from their protest camps in the capital in a deadly crackdown.

    While deadly clashes are being reported from various locations, one Cairo resident Ahmed Tohami narrated to Al Jazeera what he saw at October 6th bridge on Friday.

    He said tear gas and bullets were fired at demonstrators while they were passing by Egypt's Foreign Ministry.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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