Brotherhood office torched in Egypt's Ismailia
ISMAILIA, Egypt Dec 5 (Reuters) - Opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi set fire to the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood's political party in the city of Ismailia on Wednesday, a witness said.
It was not immediately clear if anyone had been injured in the attack on the Freedom and Justice Party office in the Ismailia, east of Cairo.
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