Thousands of people gathered at protests organized by the Muslim Brotherhood on Friday to mark the one-month anniversary of the violent dispersal by the police of two pro-President Mohamed Morsi sit-ins that left more than 600 people dead, Ahram Online reported.
"We need to be loyal to the blood of the martyrs," Brotherhood figure Essam El-Erian said in a message broadcasted on the al-Jazeera Mubashar Misr television channel. "We won't surrender to the blunt force of the security state."
At a protest in Alexandria, a man was fatally shot and six others were wounded, the health ministry said. Another man was killed at a protest in clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and opponents in the governorate of Beni Suef.
Six others were injured in Abu-Kebir, the ministry said.
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