CAIRO AFTER MORSI
In Cairo, Egypt, hundreds of people have died in the recent clashes since President Mohamed Morsi, from the Muslim Brotherhood, was ousted by the army on the 3rd of July 2013. Mohamed Morsi supporters, have condemned what they call a "military coup", while the anti-Morsi activists simply follow the large popular rally of the recent months.
Further to the many demonstrations in the district of Ramsis and around Rabaa square, in which the police, the anti-Morsli and the supporters of the the Muslim Brotherhood clashed; 7 people were killed and more than 261 injured.
The consequences might not be as serious as they were prior to Morsi being ousted, yet the events of the 15th and 16th of July are the first violent confrontations involving pro-Morsi since weeks.