Egyptian security forces boost presence at site of past Brotherhood sit-in: MENA
CAIRO Oct 4 (Reuters) - Troops and police in Cairo boosted their presence at the site of a former Muslim Brotherhood protest camp on Friday as supporters of Mohamed Mursi, Egypt's deposed Islamist president, approached the area in defiance of a security crackdown, the state news agency reported.
Egyptian authorities had warned the Brotherhood that any new sit-in protest camps would not be tolerated.
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