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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Egypt l A state of emergency after clashes killed 149

The violent eviction of the protest camp to demand the reinstatement of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Mursi and subsequent riots Wednesday left at least 149 dead in Egypt, in a move that led to international condemnation and the resignation of Vice President Mohamed El Baradei. In addition, the Egyptian transitional president, Adli Mansur, declared a state of emergency throughout the country for a month from 18.00 hours on Wednesday. The measure allows for in raids and arrests without a warrantIn addition, after violent street battles between Islamists and unleashed the police, the government established a curfew in 12 provinces, which governed between 21.00 hours local time (same time Spanish) and 6:00 pm on Thursday, in which no will go out .The news portal Al Ahram reported that the curfew would be in force for one month also. During the announcement, released a statement through state television, acting president has ordered the armed forces, with the help of the police, take the "necessary measures" to this situation. The violence broke out on Wednesday morning with eviction by force by the police protest camps Mursi followers in the square of the Adauiya Rabea and in Al Nahda in Cairo. The violence spread to other parts of the country, where Islamist forces carried out attacks on government buildingsThe Egyptian Health Ministry confirmed that 149 people were killed across the country, but said most of the victims were not recorded in the eviction of the two camps of Cairo. The officials spoke of 36 dead in Naser City and 12 in Giza. Only in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood deadly place the number at 124.Moreover, this afternoon healthcare workers and hospital doctors had counted 1,403 injured , state media reported. After bloody clashes, Mansur is out of his vice president, Mohamed El Baradei , who has communicated in a letter that leaves the governmentShortly after 19:30, the Egyptian security forces claimed to have the two conflicting squares "totally controlled" . They have reportedhave arrested eight leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood 's Square near the Adauiya Rabea. Those arrested include the vice president of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of the Brotherhood, Essam al Arian, and the cleric Safuat the Hegazy. Hegazy Al Arian and were in a building under construction behind the mosque to Adauiya Rabea, where they had been allegedly hiding in recent weeks after the arrest warrants issued against them for inciting violenceThe Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem the Beblaui, said Wednesday night that showed police during clashes "maximum restraint"In a statement on state television, Beblaui said the decision to declare a state of emergency was "very difficult" to make, but mandatory at the escalation of violence.

Bastions Islamists

In the clashes in Cairo also killed two journalists : Sky News cameraman Mick Deane, 61, and Ahmed Habiba Abelaziz Egyptian reporter who worked for the publication 'Xpress'. Also died gunned the daughter of one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood , Mohamed Beltagy, Asma, 17. The day on Wednesday will be remembered as one of the bloodiest in Egypt. Reporters on the scene have told how, in the early hours of the morning, the bodies were piled at a makeshift morgue that the Brotherhood installed near his headquarters in Rabea to Adauiya. The blood trails leading directly to the tent in which a journalist accounting France Presse reached 43 dead, most made ​​by gunshots. Around the tent, the deafening tear gas and automatic machine-gun fire from tanks mingled with Islamic chants coming from the speakers near a grandstand and harangued the people to rebel against the military coup that deposed Mursi. On the spot where lay the dead, Brotherhood members were busy saving the lives of the wounded who had been transferred to the tent.One victim breathed his last breath, his skull pierced by a bullet, was found by a reporter who was at his side.

Squares Control

A hundred meters away in the barricade erected for a month in the broad avenue leading to the square of the Adauiya Rabea, clashes between supporters of Mursi and the police and soldiers, who were advancing with tanks to control the square in the middle of a relentless sound of ambulances. The square of Al Nahda gave evicted by the police early in the afternoon. In the other place, Rabea to Adauiya, main stronghold of the opposition, tension grew as thousands of fans tried to approach Mursi there, armed with sticks and stones. However, the police cordon prevented its goalThe Brotherhood said through his Twitter account spokesman Gehad El-Haddad, the authorities have also arrested several protesters during operation.

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