Egypt Islamist party says political violence threatens society
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's second largest Islamist party called on Wednesday for an end to political violence it said threatened to split society.
The Nour Party said it held the army-backed government responsible for bloodshed which killed at least 149 people on Wednesday after security forces moved against supporters of the deposed president, Mohamed Mursi.
(Writing by Michael Georgy; Editing by Alison Williams)
- Housing, jobs data weaken, but overall economic picture still upbeat
- Last-minute Obamacare exemption for those with canceled plans
- U.S. diplomats, but not prosecutors, seek to quell India dispute |
- Target cyber breach hits 40 million payment cards at holiday peak |
- New York Mayor-elect's reputation for lateness parodied on Twitter