Mursi supporters call for protests against army
CAIRO (Reuters) - A grouping of supporters of deposed president Mohamed Mursi called on Egyptians on Wednesday to stage nationwide protests against what it called an army coup.
The call by the Anti-Coup Alliance came after at least 149 people were killed in a police raid on Mursi supporters' encampments in Cairo and the nationwide clashes that followed.
(Writing by Michael Georgy; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
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