Fifteen killed in protest clashes in Egypt
CAIRO Oct 6 (Reuters) - Fifteen people were killed and more than 80 wounded in clashes during protests in Egypt on Sunday, state television and security sources said.
Fighting began after supporters and opponents of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood took to the streets. Most of the dead had gunshot wounds, security sources said.
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