Clashes in Egypt's Alexandria kill five people: emergency services
CAIRO (Reuters) - Five people died in Egypt's second city Alexandria on Friday in clashes between followers of the Muslim Brotherhood and security forces, an official at the local emergency services said.
At least 15 people were wounded.
Dozens of people have died nationwide in the worsening violence.
(Writing by Crispian Balmer; editing by Michael Georgy)
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